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  • Open source security OK, experts assure SMBs

    Although the vendor field is still sparse, open source technology is a strong option for securing SMBs' networks. 

  • Navy CIO OKs open source systems

    Open source software is now an official option for all IT systems in the Navy and Marine Corps, according to a guidance memo issued June 5 by the Department of the Navy's Office of the Chief Information Officer. 

  • Vendors duke it out over open source 'forking'

    To protect their interests, some vendors are making it difficult for other vendors to reuse their technology -- but they're still calling themselves open source. Experts are divided over whether this apparent diluting of open source is a problem. 

  • Dell to join forces with Microsoft, Novell on interoperability

    Dell Inc. joins Microsoft and Novell Inc. in their business collaboration designed to provide greater interoperability between Windows and SUSE Linux. 

  • Vendors-turned-open source rally round midmarket

    Software developers trying to improve their competitive edge by taking their products open source means CIOs will have more flexibility when they shop for software. 

  • IT outlook includes virtualization, SaaS, alignment and VoIP

    Virtualization, VoIP, SaaS and redefining alignment will be big in 2007, predicts Paul Gillin, TechTarget's former editor-in-chief. Find out what else he thinks will rise to the top of IT. 

  • Eclipse platform emerges as a major SOA player

    Eclipse and SOA have emerged in this decade. As Eclipse marks the fifth anniversary of its first open source download, it also looks forward to a major SOA tool release. 

  • CIOs take a top-down approach to open source

    Open source first found its way into enterprises through grassroots adoption, but CIOs are starting to lead the way. Now that they have the reins, there is more at stake. 

  • Open source lures cost-conscious CIOs

    Can't foot the bill for high-end enterprise software? Some midmarket CIOs are turning to emerging commercial open source vendors. They've got the goods, they're eager for your business and the price is right. But there are some risks, so go in with y... 

  • Open source software lures cost-conscious CIOs

    Can't foot the bill for high-end enterprise software? Some midmarket CIOs are turning to emerging commercial open source vendors. They've got the goods, they're eager for your business and the price is right. But there are some risks, so go in with y...