Top 8 Operating Systems (OS) for Business Tools
Windows ServerUbuntu LinuxWindows 10Oracle LinuxRed Hat Linux (RHEL)Oracle SolarisSUSE Linux EnterpriseCentOS
The solution is user-friendly, the UI looks good, and there are new versions every year. Each new version is very different, better, and cleaner.
This product works well for the applications that we have hosted on it.
It is stable and modern.
The solution has proven to be scalable. It can scale quite well.
I like the main window pane where you can sort your mostly used and different types of apps, such as OneDrive, Google Chrome, and Access. I can just open up the main window, and those apps are right there at my fingertips. I moved from Windows 7 to Windows 10, and it took me a little while to get used to Windows 10, but once I got used to it, I do like it. It integrates with everything that I am using, and it gives me everything that I need as a user.
One of the main features of this solution is it is secure.
The good thing about Oracle Linux is that it's free, as long as you don't want support.
The integrated solution approach reduces our TCO tremendously because we are able to focus on innovation instead of operations.
Customer support is valuable.
It works well. It is very stable and very good. It is also very safe. It cannot be easily infected by viruses or attacks.
When the product is working on Oracle hardware, it works perfectly well for many years without any problems.
The solution offers a secure operation system.
The main feature is that Linux is flexible to work with for most web-based applications.
The most valuable feature is that it is compatible with RedHat.
It has minimal updates compared to other distributions.