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Source: InformationWeek - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Vendors/Products Companies that sell software and hardware around the Linux open-source operating system have known for some time that they've tapped into a gold mine, an area of the IT market with plenty of customer interest and enormous growth potential. The growth will continue as long as Linux and other open-source software are considered secure and are sold and serviced as bundles rather than as individual products.

At LinuxWorld in San Francisco on Tuesday, Red Hat Inc. enhanced its profile as a provider of Linux-based security with its "Security in a Networked World" initiative, which is designed to deliver security technologies and policies, identity management, systems monitoring, and security software upgrades. The newly available Red Hat Certificate System is a major part of the initiative, as is the company's work with the Mozilla Foundation and the availability of systems monitoring as part of the Red Hat Network.

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