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  • More to BDO Seidman SugarCRM migration than time and money

    When an internal CRM application needed a performance boost at national financial firm BDO Seidman, the answer lay in open source SugarCRM. 

  • Microsoft and the world's most expensive pizza

    A few weeks ago, I installed some new network equipment for one of my clients. During the upgrade, we decided that some of the PCs in the network were long overdue for replacement. So, I called for some quotes on a bunch of new Pentium IVs, as well a... 

  • Masked malware, VM and Linux attacks coming in 2006

    IT pros beware! 2006 will bring cloaked malware attacks, the demise of black-list security, a barrage of application attacks and more hacks of Linux and open source software, says security expert Dennis Moreau. He predicts the top IT security threats... 

  • What's ahead for Linux, open source, if...

    An IT futurist describes the impact that Linux and open source code could have if business users and the open source community play their hands well. Then, he names other technologies, such as 3G wireless, that will drive IT changes. 

  • Open source's speed, Firefox's security wows Fidelity

    Find out how open source software, particularly Firefox, bowled over a major corporation, Fidelity Investments, and why Gartner believes that 80% of Global 2000 IT organizations will follow Fidelity's example. 

  • The open source year in review

    Following a year of both outright successes and discouraging setbacks, open source advocates are anticipating big gains in 2006. 

  • Golden's Rules: Will proprietary vendors' open source deals help IT shops, OS movement?

    It seems like a week can't go by without announcements of open source companies cozying up to proprietary vendors, or vice versa. Does this sound a death knell for the independent open source movement? Does it mean that proprietary vendors are using ... 

  • Ignoring open source hazardous to your company's health

    Companies that ignore open source do so at their own risk, according to a new report. 

  • Open source enters BPM market

    Business process management (BPM) vendor Intalio has taken its product suite into open source waters with the purchase of FiveSight. 

  • Mandriva sees a corporate Linux desktop in your future

    Mandriva CEO Francois Bancilhon predicts that Linux will grow into a formidable force on the desktop.