Small Business Server 2003: Nice, But Pricey
Microsoft’s (Quote, Chart) Small Business Server 2003 is designed for the approximately 40 million small and medium businesses in the world, and a new report from Jupiter Research said that’s a smart move on the part of the Redmond, Wash., software company.
According to Jupiter (which is owned by Jupitermedia, as is Internetnews.com), only 51 percent of small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) run a server operating system (OS). In the largest segment, the estimated 31 million businesses with less than 10 employees, that number dropped to 34 percent. (full story)
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