Windows desktops and Windows servers with MS SQL databases. The problem with Linux on the desktop it doesn't get much OEM support. Most of the OEM's that have Linux systems are work station type PC's. Windows has always been supported by developers but web apps are getting more popular and are more dependent on the browser than the OS.
I'd like to understand how Linux and Windows are used in the business world. Questions I have now (feel free to add any other useful information):
1. Which infrastructure is more popular in terms of network administration?
2. Is Linux more popular is one realm of the workforce, while Windows in another?
Sorry if the questions are confusing. Hopefully you understand what I'm trying to ask here :P. I'm in college and wish to head in network engineering, but I'm not sure where I should focus my attention first: a Linux system or a Windows system.
Note: As of now I've been on linuxjourney and working with Ubuntu. Is this a good place to begin? Any other suggestions?