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One way for open source vendors to respond is through proprietary features
A memo and guidance document written by the Deputy CIO of the Department of Defense outlines the advantages open source software and instructs military personnel to consider those advantages during procurement activities.
The U.S Department of Defense is not only encouraging use of open source applications, it recently open-sourced an enterprise human resources application that has over a million lines of code.
New market specific distributions target industrial automation, automotive, Android, portable multimedia devices, and multicore networking applications
Oracle lays out plans for Sun\'s software, reserves right to change its mind as business needs warrant
DoD and other government agencies\' multiple open source projects would benefit from OpenLogic\'s streamlined and consistent support process
Today Linux distributor Canonical announced the official release of Ubuntu 9.10, code-named Karmic Koala.
In the 1995 Halloween episode of The Simpsons, Homer Simpson finds a portal to the mysterious Third Dimension behind a bookcase, and desperate to escape his in-laws, he plunges through. He finds himself wandering across a dark surface etched with green gridlines and strewn with geometric shapes, above which hover strange equations. One of these is the deceptively simple assertion that P = NP.
Fujitsu signs up, Qualcomm joins by proxy
Investment in the open source database vendor is a sign Red Hat may be worried about the implications of Oracle\'s coming takeover of MySQL
El ITI Investiga sobre Nuevas Herramientas de Optimización en la Cadena de Suministro a través del Proyecto OACS
El uso de sistemas de optimización en las empresas supone una ventaja competitiva en un mercado cada vez más globalizado