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NOTE: The following is a guest post from Anthony Gold of the Open Solutions Alliance: After 24 years of working for one, and only one, company, I've made the decision to leave Unisys to devote my full efforts to the... Read More..
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Some technical editor at the BBC has been snookered three ways by Scott McNealy of Sun (JAVA) in this January 21 "news" story. The open source blogoblatherers in European Union are multiplying the effect. First, there's the sentence in the... Read More..
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Astute observers of U.S. presidential elections know that at 12:01 am on the first Tuesday of November in every leap year, a small group gathers at the Balsams Resort Hotel in Dixville Notch, NH, a few miles south of the... Read More..
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I tried to avoid posting about this giving that the open source blogsphere has gone ga-ga over it. This and it refers to the the August 14, 2008 ruling in the Northern District of California federal court in the U.S.... Read More..
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Matt Lawton of IDC has a new survey on open source in publication that confirms many of the trends we found in IT Investment Research year-end 2007 survey, which ebizQ commissioned back in January 2008. Of course that survey in... Read More..
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There’s a bit of a buzz on the web the week of June 2 about a group of open source software (OSS) marketing and management executives (the "experts") conducting a blogathon at cio.com. I have a little problem with the... Read More..
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I guess it should not have surprised me but it was difficult to log onto this seminar, about the Open Source Software (OSS) "security riddle" in the U.S. government, from a Windows PC. The riddle, on which the title of... Read More..
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An article I saw recently on PC World caused me to change hats and become an interviewee, rather than interviewer. The article says: “You may be intrigued by the idea of switching to Linux. But how will you get your... Read More..
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I posted recently about the tendency of the open source software (OSS) blogosphere to take newspaper stories and analytical findings out of context... and then to really misinterpret them. That recent post was about the many opinions on the web... Read More..
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Be careful: A lot of blog post headlines just don't get the underlying story straight. Don't blame the blogger necessarily because headlines often get changed as posts are syndicated through the Web. I don't know which is worse for the... Read More..
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Dennis Byron’s blog on open source software: A longtime market research analyst follows what “the movement? means to business integration—in applications, infrastructure, as services, as architecture and as functionality.

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