Features Of An Alternative Operating System

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There are different characteristics considered when making an alternative operating system that is viable for an organization. Linux is a multitasking operating system feature developed for programs and a model of Unix. It is a free open source. Linux form the background for many offices. It is easy to install application used in the organizations such as office, word and web browser applications. Linux helps in saving companies money Photoshop program is also very convenient in productivity which goes hand in hand with open office and LibreOffice (Nutt, 2004). Windows dominate operating system in the enterprise world. The Linux is compatible with many hardware options and has no licensing fee as a server of the operating system.…show more content…
Image editing and preparing card can easily be done using Photoshop application. A business organization can hold seminars using the power point and present it to its audience. Accounts can be well done using Microsoft Excel to prepare ledgers, balance sheet and also trial balance that are used in accounting. For a profit gaining organization, it is always important to interact with different organizations. Collaboration with the government helps in cost sharing in the infrastructures and the expenses spent on administration. This make strengthens security and helps in improving efficiency. Interacting with also non-profit companies helps in tapping complementary skill and abilities in leadership and control of the organization goals. Teaming up with these organizations helps to share cost in case of a general problem. This will help in the good delivery of services and secure a sustainable future for both organizations. Changing certain system involves loss. One need three important things to switch system in the organization. Traffic carrying units is one of the requirements. This includes the terminals, switching matrix and transmission equipment. The second requirement is the switching system control interfaces which include line and trunk interfaces with controls. The last important tool for system switching is the switching system controls. There several economic
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