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IT Management Linux News for Jul 17, 2004

  • CNET News: JBoss Airs Expansion Plans (2004-07-17 23:00:20)
    "Open-source company JBoss is looking to expand into integration and business process automation software, potentially through acquisitions, a company executive said Friday..."

  • TechCentral: It's Open Source From Now On (2004-07-17 22:00:06)
    "All Government technology procurement will now have a preference for open source software (OSS), under the Malaysian Public Sector Open Source Software Masterplan made available to the public this morning..."

  • The Boston Globe: Group Pushes Software Sharing (2004-07-17 20:00:22)
    "Inspired by the success of freely shared software like the Linux operating system, some corporate technology executives want to share their custom-made software programs with each other..."

  • AP/USA Today: Open-Source Software Thrives in the Shadows of Tech (2004-07-17 19:00:26)
    "It powers more than 70% of all Web servers and routes much of the world's e-mail traffic. It makes surfing the Internet simple and provides the muscle behind Google's search engine and countless e-commerce sites..."

  • Government Computer News: Microsoft Applauds Open-Source Procurement Memo (2004-07-17 16:00:21)
    "Opponents of open-source software applauded a recent memorandum from the Office of Management and Budget that they claim puts proprietary software on competitive footing with open-source software in federal procurements..."