As litigation between The SCO Group and IBM rages on and with SCO threatening to file suits against Linux users, businesses have become justifiably concerned over their use of open-source software.

In SCO v. IBM alone, SCO seeks $5 billion from IBM, by some accounts. SCO claims that the freely available Linux open-source operating system violates some of its intellectual property.

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