LinuxInsider: More Companies Switching to Open Source
Mar 22, 2004, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Software developed by programmers who share their work for free
over the Internet used to be of interest mainly to computer
"Now a growing number of large San Francisco Bay Area companies
use such open source software to run their most important business
applications, according to corporate IT buyers attending a
first-of-its-kind conference in San Francisco.
"As chief information officers switch to open source
applications like those that run on the Linux operating system,
they are saving time and money on everything from hosting video
games to selling health care services..."