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State of New York's LaborForge Helps Agencies Collaborate

As local and state operational budgets dwindle, many government agencies are turning to open source software to help manage workflow both internally and with other departments.
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Free Software is Dead. Long Live Open Source

Open source has displaced free software in the broad open-source movement because it enables businesses and individuals to focus on code, not ideology.
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Red Hat Rocks as RIM, Stocks Drop

A surprisingly weak earnings report from Research in Motion could make Friday a rough day for stocks.
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Open Source Profits, Proprietary Fails

Proprietary software has the market share, but recent financial results indicate that open-source software is where the profits will be coming in the future.
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LinuxCon: Desktop Should Be Better Than Windows

There are three big areas of opportunity for Linux in the near future: cloud computing, mainframe, and Linux' future on the desktop. That was one of the main messages of a keynote from IBM's Dr. Robert Sutor, who addressed the morning crowd at LinuxCon Monday.

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