It seems that the economic downturn is making Linux companies move away from the desktop and focus on the server market, which might make sense. But, an article on Open For Business thinks this may be a losing proposition, too. The author argues that companies in the server marketplace are losing out to the big bad wolf that is focused on the desktop, and that losing the desktop also implies losing the server. Will Microsoft have the only access to secure desktops through the server because it is calling the shots at the desktop? Good read. Interesting points.