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Re: [opensuse] SAMBA.

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] SAMBA.
From: Anton Aylward <opensuse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 08:07:35 -0400
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*HG Dijo el siguiendo en 04/10/2012 02:14 AM:
> Esto puede haber sido la situación algún día - pero oso para afirmar que
> no es él *anymore. De hecho, nunca he visto tal uso de hecho. Empresas
> pequeñas, quiénes buscan alternativas más baratas, uso *samba como su archivo
> *server. Las Empresas más grandes van con la SEÑORA y ellos no mezclan. Sí, probablemente puedes dar ejemplos de empresas que  lo que dices. Afirmo que
> no incluso importa que mucho.

No sé sobre empresas pequeñas, pero mis clientes, quiénes son
bancos internacionales y grande *Telecoms uso de empresas *SAMBA.  No en mente
de Linux; lo corren en "hierro Grande", HP/*UX o el AIX y él sirve 5000 a 20,000
asientos.  Qué marcas piensas que las empresas más grandes no están buscando
'alternativas más baratas' o para conseguir fuera de SEÑORA *licensing?

Te importa, en un *Telecom firme la razón dada era "el *stability y fiabilidad
de *SAMBA así que supera que de Ventanas *servers que su ni siquiera
el valor que habla".

Oh, y sí, sé personas que lo utilizan en casa.

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la estupidez es la amenaza más grande a seguridad de información.
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HG said the following on 04/10/2012 02:14 AM:
> This may have been the situation some day - but I dare to claim that
> it's not it anymore. In fact, I've never seen such use actually. Small
> companies, who look for cheaper alternatives, use samba as their file
> server. Larger companies go with MS and they do not mix. Yes, you can
> probably give examples of companies that do what you say. I claim that
> it doesn't even matter that much.

I don't know about small companies, but my clients, who are
international banks and large Telecoms firms use SAMBA.  Not on Linux
mind; they run it on "Big iron", HP/UX or AIX and it serves 5000 to
20,000 seats.  What makes you think that larger companies aren't looking
for 'cheaper alternatives' or to get away from MS licensing?

Mind you, at one Telecom firm the reason given was "the stability and
reliability of SAMBA so exceeds that of Windows servers that its not
even worth discussing".

Oh, and yes, I know people who use it at home.

The Internet is not the greatest threat to information security;
stupidity is the greatest threat to information security.
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