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  • Is the time right for open source BI?

    While both commercial BI vendors and the open source community are preaching the merits of open source BI, analysts say that it remains in an early adopter stage. 

  • Special Report: Open source means business

    It was business as usual for SearchOpenSource.com reporters at the Open Source Business Conference. For those that missed the show, we've got you covered. 

  • The art of the open source deal

    Getting the best deal from open source vendors means knowing what questions to ask and how much leverage you have. 

  • Apache fixes pair of Web server flaws

    Update: The vulnerabilities, fixed in newer versions of HTTP Server, could affect nearly seven out of 10 Web sites on the Internet. However, an analyst suggests they are likely low-risk. 

  • Red Hat Linux centralizes Bryant University IT

    The Bryant University campus IT department was slow and inefficient behind a wall of multiple vendors and sluggish servers -- until Red Hat Linux came along. 

  • Hurricane relief organizer lauds MySQL, open source

    The CEO of Capalon explains why he chose open source software to power a call center for victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. 

  • What's ahead for Samba-3, Samba-4 and FUD-fighting

    Get the scoop on upcoming new features in Samba-3 and Samba-4, recent events in FUD-fighting and the benefits that businesses can realize by adopting open source early from Samba guru John H. Terpstra. 

  • Samba's Terpstra shoots down open source misinformation

    Samba expert John H. Terpstra shoots down some FUD about Linux and open source and explains why he thinks users and IT pros could lose their jobs by sticking with Windows. 

  • JBoss VP: Why CIOs save big bucks with open source licenses

    JBoss Inc. vice president Bob Bickel describes the inherent savings in software built on open source licenses, and the industry changes that have made support for commercial open source software strong enough for corporate users. 

  • JBoss VP: Why middleware is hot, powerful and not boring at all

    JBoss Inc. vice president Bob Bickel explains the role open source software is playing in commoditizing formerly expensive middleware applications.