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  • Inside Compiere's open source ERP

    Open source ERP is slowly but surely beginning to catch on, and Compiere is at the forefront of the movement. We talked to the product's co-creator to find out more. 

  • Open source takes on business apps giants

    Open source business applications are just as good -- if not better than -- competing proprietary applications from vendors like Oracle, SAP and Siebel, according to the keynote speaker at International Data Corp.'s Open Source Business Conference. 

  • Firefox secure enough for business browsing, but don't dump IE yet

    Firefox isn't just for home browsing anymore. According to Firefox expert and book author John Hedtke, the open source browser is ready for business. But those considering a change probably shouldn't uninstall Microsoft Internet Explorer just yet. 

  • Author makes business case for Firefox

    Firefox book author John Hedtke makes the argument that the open source Firefox browser is more secure than Microsoft Internet Explorer. 

  • OpenOffice 2.0 to break down walls to adoption

    New database functionality in OpenOffice 2.0 should go a long way toward helping the open source productivity suite gain acceptance with smaller organizations. 

  • Novell presses Linux on all fronts

    Novell is looking a lot like a Linux pitchman at its annual BrainShare conference. 

  • Sizing up the Linux e-mail market

    Messaging expert Michael Osterman explains what Linux e-mail vendors are doing to help companies migrate off Exchange. 

  • Cutting out Windows and fat clients, part 1

    Find out how cutting out the fat clients meant significant productivity gains for two IT managers. 

  • Project in-depth, part 1: Virtualization eases bank's updates, reduces downtime

    It could take an army of system administrators to constantly update and upgrade the IT systems that support Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco and its many branches and offices throughout the western U.S. But even an IT army couldn't do those th... 

  • Authors slam Sun's open source strategy

    Is Sun out of touch with the open source community? Authors Tom Adelstein and Sam Hiser think so.