Manulife Fin'l 'Power Users' To Drop Windows For Unix


Toronto-based Manulife Financial, an insurance company with some $44 billion in assets under administration, is making a transition from the Microsoft Corp. Windows operating system to Unix for half of its Reuters Triarch 2000-supported trading population. The insurer was driven to Unix in part by its determination that Microsoft's current and future operating system offerings couldn't run multiple simultaneous applications. Among other things, the move to Unix will entail a front-end

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