eCRM Guide: "CRM solutions are just as reliable and can provide more bang for the buck than traditional proprietary CRM applications. So why should you consider open source CRM for your business? We found 10 good reasons."
The H Open: "The WordPress development team have released version 3.0 of their popular open source blogging and publishing platform, code named 'Thelonious'. This major update has more than 2,700 changes, including 1,217 bug fixes and feature enhancements."
eCRM Guide: "Greenplum is built on the open source PostgreSQL database and commodity hardware, giving the company a pricing edge over competitors. It also developed its own MapReduce technology after initially looking at Hadoop."
the H Open: "As open source becomes more widely accepted, an obvious growth path for them is to be bought by a bigger, traditional software company. The concern then becomes: how does the underlying open source code fare in those circumstances?"
PC World: "While open-source coders have done a remarkable job of providing a complete open-source software stack, they haven't kept up with the emergence of Web services, charges an executive from a prominent open-source foundation."
InfoWorld: "Open source doesn't innovate -- so goes the old saw. Proprietary software vendors, including Microsoft, would have you believe the open source movement has produced nothing but knockoffs of existing products and cast-off code that couldn't cut it in the free market."
Network World: "This week I offer a change of pace in my blog by presenting some foundational people and ideas that the open source movement is based on. I include plenty of links to enhance your understanding as well as provide some scavenger hunt questions in hopes that you will explore the beginnings of open source."
Network World: "Talend is an open source data integration company that is a poster child for successful open source business models. In just a few short years they have risen to be one of the up and coming stars in a 13b dollar market."
Government Technology: "No one is quite sure how to define fire, but everyone knows what it is. Open source software is the same. Like fire, we know what open source does, we know what open source looks like, and we know it when we see it, but no one agrees on a definition."