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  • Disabled advocates wary of march toward open source

    In Massachusetts, the decision to adopt OpenDocument formats has led to nasty debates, one CIO resignation and a list of concerns issued by advocates for the disabled. 

  • Five open source factors for CIOs

    SearchCIO columnist Paul Gillin offers five good reasons to adopt open source -- and five potential pitfalls to avoid. 

  • CIO primer: Virtualization basics

    Virtualization is coming into its own -- and successful IT managers at companies of all sizes are figuring ways the technology can help them. 

  • Information technology trends: Open source, offshoring, Web 2.0

    Former TechTarget editor-in-chief Paul Gillin predicts the top 10 technology trends for 2006, including open source, Web 2.0, blogging, offshoring and convergence. 

  • Advocates for disabled wary of open source

    In Massachusetts, the decision to dump Microsoft has some disabled employees worried for their futures. 

  • 2006 outlook: Open source, offshoring, Web 2.0

    Former TechTarget editor-in-chief Paul Gillin predicts the top 10 technology trends for 2006, including open source, Web 2.0, blogging, offshoring and convergence. 

  • Open source desktops: Part 2

    Don't get alarmed, but I'm now going to suggest that you put Linux on your business desktop. I'm even going to say that this is a no-risk exercise. 

  • Open source desktops: Risk-free ways to start

    If you're at all like me, you tend to be just a little careful with your corporate IT infrastructure. 

  • Massachusetts' CIO defends move to OpenDocument

    A public hearing concerning Massachusetts' plan to dump Microsoft for OpenDocument featured a fair share of controversy as the state's CIO tried to fight off naysayers. 

  • CIOs explore open source options

    This year's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC), being held in Boston next month, is different from past years in that there is now a track for CIOs. Why? According to Matt Asay, conference director and director of Novell's Linux Business Office a...