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How Open Source Can be SMB Friendlier

IT consultant: Small- to medium-sized businesses don’t care that its open source, they just want it to work. So do it, and make it work.

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Former Red Hat Execs Start Axial to Open Source Healthcare

With the US government promising truckloads of cash to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system, while simultaneously making positive noises around open source, it was just a matter of time before someone connected the dots.
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Open Source Paves The Way For The Next Generation Of Enterprise IT

In October 2008, Bull commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate the upcoming paradigm change of open source software enterprise adoption...
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London Stock Exchange to Abandon Failed Windows Platform

In September 2008, the London Stock Exchange collapsed because its Windows-based electronic trading platform, TradElect completely failed. Now, under new leadership, the Exchange will finally do away with its fatally flawed Windows system.
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Ubuntu: A Feasible Oracle Hedge Against Windows

Oracle doesn't want to own Linux. Oracle just wants Linux to be cheap. That's the insight an analyst shared with me the other day as we discussed why Oracle hasn't made a move to acquire Red Hat (recently, anyway).
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