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Managed Linux services on show at LinuxWorld

By   |  May 17, 2005

Synaq, a provider of managed Linux services, will be showcasing its solutions at this year\’s Linux
LinuxWorld.

Synaq\’s Yossi Hasson says the company hopes to demonstrate the \”clear-cut advantages\” behind open source software to visitors to the show. He says that these advantages, together with the benefits of managed services, makes Linux a compelling offering for all businesses from small and medium sized companies through to large enterprises.

\”There is no doubt that the popularity of Linux and open source technology is on the rise. Our key objective is not only to interact with resellers and prospective partners, but also to showcase the potential behind a range of solutions including Asterisk, an open source PABX solution with VoIP capabilities, PinPoint Securemail, a comprehensive anti-virus and overall e-mail protection service, and a host of other Managed Linux Services,\” says Hasson. \”We also aim to reach those who may be considering an investment in open source technology, but require more details in order to make an informed decision.\”

The key message that Synaq wants to communicate to the market is that open source software in conjunction with managed Linux services is a credible alternative that is easily managed, cost effective and can enhance the networking and communication, and other critical business operations for a business.

Synaq will be located at Stand A8 at LinuxWorld in the Sandton Convention Centre.

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