Infoworld heeft een review van OS/2 Warp Server en zegt dat het een goed alternatief is voor WindoosNT:
Over the chortles of pundits, one IBM executive after another has pledged undying belief in and support for OS/2. This capable but embattled operating system enjoyed a single brief moment in the sun: Warp filled shelves left empty when Microsoft missed Windows 95's ship date. Since then, OS/2 has changed jobs -- IBM has positioned it as a server OS -- and it has languished in Windows NT Server's shadow.
The beta version of OS/2 Warp Server for E-Business is a dramatic and laudable effort to put IBM back in the PC operating system business. It's not a new OS -- this is OS/2 Warp Server 4 plus all the fixes -- and it includes a Network File System client for Unix connectivity, the Domino Go Webserver from IBM's Lotus division, and the WebSphere Web application server. This lineup makes this OS/2 a fair match for Windows NT 4.0 with its add-ons. This release also brings OS/2 on even par with Windows NT's current technology, and manages to pull ahead in some key areas -- including volume management, year-2000 functions, Java, naming services, and remote administration.