The open-source software Linux has become by far the most-widely used operating system among the largest firms on Wall Street, according to a presentation made Thursday by Tabb Group analyst Kevin McPartland.
The biggest firms – aka, bulge bracket firms – have the technical prowess to use Linux and adapt applications to run on it, McPartland indicated in an address to the Wall Street Technology Association at the Westin Times Square hotel in New York.
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