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Open Source Revitalized Enterprise Software, Says SugarCRM CEO

In an interview with eWEEK, SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin suggests that a combination of global connectivity and open-source startups has revitalized the enterprise software market.
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IBM Upgrades x86 Servers, Network Connections


Big Blue beefs up its iDataPlex servers for virtualization work and adds a new switch to its blade servers, also with virtualization in mind.

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Open source: More than just a cheap date

Perhaps it's a sign of an upward shift in the economy, or perhaps it was simply an inevitable conclusion, but open-source adoption is increasingly a matter of flexibility and innovation, not price. While...

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Linux in 2013: One *Billion* Dollars!


It's a rare day on the Linux blogs when comparisons don't get made between Windows and our favorite o...

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Open source, not $19 billion, may be best health care stimulus

The federal economic stimulus package provides $19 billion to upgrade the U.S. health care system to digital records. It's a nice gesture, but the U.S. federal government has already developed a robust medical ERP system that could significantly improve U.S. health care. It's called VistA. It's open source.
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