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Why restricting the openness of open-source makes sense?
by Sharon Lobo    Aug 19, 2013
Technology : Hardware & Software
Most of the innovations in technology we see today have been touched by open-source at some point in time
75% companies encounter problems on using FOSS
by CXOtoday News Desk    Apr 17, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
The key problem enterprises are experiencing with FOSS is the lack of stability, says a recent report.
VMware brings the Cloud Foundry Open Tour 2012 to India
by CXOtoday News Desk    Aug 13, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Cloud Computing
The forum provides developers across the country to interact and learn from expert technologists
How Open is Open Source
by Kunal Rupera    Apr 07, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
Businesses today depend on technology for their daily needs. Some businesses use IT in a small way, while others implement huge and complex systems to enhance their businesses. No matter what the size, businesses are dependent on IT either by...
Developers Prefer Commercial Linux
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 18, 2008
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
When it comes to leading edge or High Performance Computing (HPC), open source developers said they would recommend using commercial versions of Linux over non-commercial versions, according to the latest Evans Data Corp Open Source...
Apache Avalon Project Is Dead
by CXOtoday Staff    Dec 24, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
The Apache Avalon - a project that revolved around building a framework for object-oriented, component-based programming, has been closed down. The project that has been in inception since 1999 had became a top level Apache Software...
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Apache Renews Spam Assassination Plan
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 23, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
The Apache Software Foundation has announced the release of SpamAssassin 3.0. SpamAssassin 3.0 contains a number of new technologies designed to protect against the changing techniques used by spammers. This is the first SpamAssassin...
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Apache Says No To Microsoft Backed Standard
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 03, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Apache Software Foundation has refused to support the new proposed anti-spam standard, Sender ID, stating that the licensing terms were Â'incompatible' with open source. The foundation said the "nontransferable" language in Microsoft's...
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