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  • Novell CTO on hot Linux apps and closing gaps

    Not long ago, finding enterprise applications for Linux was a needle-in-a-haystack situation. Now the app gap is getting smaller, says Novell CTO Alan Nugent. Find out which apps are hot and which are still lost in the haystack. 

  • Open source CRM the right fit for SMBs

    Open source CRM, while still young, is starting to catch on with small and medium businesses. Yet, enterprise companies might be better suited, one analyst says. 

  • Golden's Rules: Data warehousing at 75% off with open source, part 2

    In the first part of this column, Bernard Golden set the scene for a discussion of open source data warehousing. In part 2, one of the largest travel companies in the world finds a commercial product overkill when it comes to data warehousing and tur... 

  • Golden's Rules: Data warehousing at 75% off with open source, part 1

    A large publishing company uses data warehouse analytics more efficiently with open source. 

  • Linux, aisle nine

    A joint announcement from Big Blue and Integrated Distribution Solutions LLC on face value means IBM has further immersed itself in the supply chain market, but it also carries a Linux angle that bodes well for open source. 

  • IBM center rooted in local technology

    A new research center from IBM in Beijing promises to unite Big Blue researchers with local Chinese vendors. In addition to boosting IBM's presence in emerging markets, one analyst said the center also has the potential to solidify Linux influence in... 

  • Eight great tips for converting to open source

    If your company is blazing a trail to open source, you don't have to rely on constellations to guide you. Just follow the advice of this open source educator. 

  • Rapidly growing city bets its future on Linux messaging platform

    After a devastating computer virus attacked the city of Canton, Ga. and crippled their Microsoft Exchange Server, the IT department went into overdrive looking for an alternative before finally betting the house on the Oracle Collaboration Suite. 

  • Golden's Rules: Analyst blunders in assessment of open source CRM

    On the day the peasants stormed the Bastille, beginning the French Revolution, King Louis XVI famously wrote in his diary, "Nothing happened." 

  • Desktop apps ripe turf for open source

    Two new reports on open source validate office suite application alternatives like OpenOffice.org and StarOffice and their push into the mainstream against market giant Microsoft Office.