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LinuxForce, Inc. Latest News -- 17 April 2003

For Immediate Release

Date: 17 April 2003
Contact: Joan Wilcox
Phone: 610-734-1900
E-mail: press@LinuxForce.net
Web: http://www.LinuxForce.net

MostlyWeb And LinuxForce Join Forces

Philadelphia Companies Offer New Linux Outsourcing Support For Small And Large Businesses Alike

Philadelphia, PA — April 17, 2003 —  MostlyWeb today announced that it has expanded its suite of full-service outsourcing solutions by joining forces with LinuxForce to provide Linux customization, integration and management services for its Philadelphia area corporate clients.

"Linux has become a mainstream enterprise operating system," stated Jan Deruiter, President of MostlyWeb. "Fortune Magazine has reported that almost every major Wall Street firm and other high profile companies like Amazon.com, Boeing, E*Trade, and Google have all started using Linux. MostlyWeb has embraced this national trend, and we are excited about working with our Philadelphia-area clients to provide them with cost effective and efficient Linux solutions which can save them tens of thousands of dollars on their operating system expenditures," continued Deruiter.

MostlyWeb and LinuxForce provide a complete range of professional services to help you get and keep your systems up and running. "With a world-class cadre of Linux consultants and engineers, more than 8 years experience designing, implementing and maintaining Linux systems, and strong ties to the Linux open source development community, LinuxForce has become recognized as the Linux migration leader," stated CJ Fearnley, President of LinuxForce. "It's no wonder that industry leaders, government agencies, educational institutions and scores of small- to medium-size business rely on LinuxForce."

MostlyWeb and LinuxForce provide the following Linux services:

  • Analysis: Analyze the cost-benefit proposition of switching to Linux.
  • Customization: Customize Linux systems for the specific needs of your business.
  • Integration: Integrate the customized Linux operating system to interoperate with your company's existing legacy hardware and software systems.
  • Maintenance: Maintain your company's Linux platform and the mission critical hardware and software which run on the Linux platform.
  • Security: Secure your hardware and software through a comprehensive range of security services to ensure that your company's use of Linux is very safe.

"When it comes to maintaining mission critical services, the team at MostlyWeb is terrific," stated Jonathan Bari, a software security services consultant. Customer satisfaction with MostyWeb's Linux services have been excellent. According to Mr. Rip Muhlenhaupt of Xertus Communications, LLC, "MostlyWeb spec'd out our Linux needs and delivered the customized version which was then integrated - I would have been lost without them. MostlyWeb made it very easy and saved us a lot of money."

About LinuxForce Inc.
Headquartered in Philadelphia, LinuxForce offers the market a wide range of software solutions and outsourced systems administration services. LinuxForce provides its corporate, academic and non-profit clients with computing solutions built upon open source software including Linux and Debian GNU/Linux. LinuxForce's Remote ResponderSM is a suite of products which provides outsourced Linux systems management services. LinuxForce is a leading advocate of the Debian GNU/Linux operating system in business; Debian GNU/Linux is the largest volunteer-based distribution provider. LinuxForce utilizes in-house technicians, a network of associates, specialists, and the Web community. In addition to Philadelphia, LinuxForce also has offices in Irvine, California and Boulder, Colorado. LinuxForce's clients include The Franklin Institute, AIG, Aflac, Chester County InterLink, The Philadelphia Sportswriters Association, and The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia. For more information about LinuxForce refer to www.LinuxForce.net or call the corporate offices at 610-734-1900.

About MostlyWeb
Since 1996, MostlyWeb has provided cost-efficient solutions to small and large businesses as well as non-profits. We pride ourselves on providing comprehensive outsourced solutions that quickly generate results. Located in the Mount Airy section of Philadelphia, MostlyWeb is a full-service boutique outsourced technology solutions provider specializing in the following services: Web Design; Application Development; Commerce; Corporate Identity; Database Creation & Management; Do-It-Yourself / Publishing Tool / CMS; Flash Productions; Interactive Gadgets 'n Games; Online Polls and Surveys; Print Design; Search Engine Optimization; Security; Strategic Consulting; System Administration / Hosting; etc. MostlyWeb's clients include, Aetna, CBS, InteliHealth, Johns Hopkins, Philadelphia Health Management Corporation, The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia, The Discovery Channel, and UAS. For more information, please call 215-842-9095 or visit www.mostlyweb.com .

Neither MostlyWeb nor LinuxForce works with Amazon.com, Boeing, E*Trade or Google, and have not done any work for those companies with respect to their use of Linux. Moreover, neither MostlyWeb nor LinuxForce have done any work for Amazon.com, Boeing, E*Trade or Google whatsoever. These companies were used and referenced by way of example given that they have received a lot of national press coverage on their use of Linux. All products, services and/or brand names referenced herein may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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