Open Source - Article Archives - Page 97

Open Source Storage Takes on RAID

November 17, 2005 |
Open Source Storage is carving out a niche for itself by using open source technologies as a selling point.
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How Industry Analyst Reports Can Trick Readers

November 16, 2005 |
Microsoft claims Windows offers a lower TCO than Linux, and backs it up with reports from well-known analysts. But some claim Linux's TCO is lower, and other studies back them up. How can you separate fact from fiction?
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New Company Launched to Spread Linux

November 10, 2005 |
IBM, Novell, Philips, Red Hat and Sony form the Open Invention Network to spread the gospel of Linux.
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Enterprise Software and the Database Proxy War

November 09, 2005 |
Columnist Josh Greenbaum takes a look at how some industry giants are battling it out.
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CA Divests Open Source Ingres

November 07, 2005 |
Developers have a new patron for their open source database project.
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Rethinking Open Source Strategy

October 28, 2005 |
Columnist Steve Andriole says an increasing number of companies may be forced to rethink moving to open source software. A lot will play out in the next three to five years.
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Open Source Props For Microsoft?

October 21, 2005 |
Redmond wins a little praise for new licenses from an unlikely source.
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A Standardized Linux Desktop?

October 18, 2005 |
New effort from the Free Standards Group aims to help create specifications and standards for the Linux desktop.
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Novell Promotes Better Linux Desktops

October 11, 2005 |
A new initiative offers developers a wealth of usability testing to improve the Linux desktop experience for all.
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How One City Slashed its Support Costs

October 07, 2005 |
Tired of spending loads of cash supporting remote workers? By adopting blade servers and Linux, a city in Norway beat their own financial goals, and are even able to keep their techies in out of the cold.
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What's Holding Up Linux on Wall Street?

October 03, 2005 |
Although the financial services industry has adopted Linux more slowly than first expected, Linux is starting to hold more sway, even if often from behind the scenes.
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Microsoft in Open Source Partnership

September 28, 2005 |
Agreement with middleware maker JBoss marks a new high temperature in the thawing of Redmond.
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The New Linux Standard

September 20, 2005 |
The latest Linux Standards Base is an effort to help prevent the fragmentation of Linux and is widely supported by major Linux vendors.
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Open Source Not Open and Shut

September 01, 2005 |
Open-source licensing still may pose some risk to the enterprise.
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Firefox Losing Its Grip?

August 18, 2005 |
The popular alternative browser hits a rough spot.
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Study: Linux Code Grows as Defects Decline

August 03, 2005 |
Linux kernel code quality has improved dramatically over the last six months.
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Open Source iSCSI Gains Traction

July 29, 2005 |
The recent merger of two key open source iSCSI initiator projects could be the spark that ignites Linux iSCSI.
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Study: Cost Not Only Open Source Driver

July 14, 2005 |
Evans Data says businesses aren't price-sensitive when it comes to software.
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Next Stop For Google Toolbar: Mozilla's Firefox

July 05, 2005 |
Mozilla browser's latest accessory: the Google toolbar.
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Is Firefox Ready for Prime Time in the Enterprise?

June 22, 2005 |
Firefox may be gaining in both market share and cult standing, but is it ready for a major corporate system? Some say it's not, but others are making it work.
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