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IT Management Linux News for Feb 01, 2005

  • internetnews.com: SugarCRM Upgrades Core Suite (2005-02-01 22:00:36)
    "Open source CRM vendor SugarCRM hopes its new offering, which comes in professional and open source flavors, is even sweeter than its predecessors..."

  • BetaNews: Analyst: MS Office Formats Not Open (2005-02-01 19:45:27)
    "Jupiter Research senior analyst Joe Wilcox has blasted recent media reports that claim Microsoft has opened up its Office file formats..."

  • ZDNet UK: Is Sun Subverting Linux from the Inside? (2005-02-01 18:15:14)
    "Industry watchers claim Sun Microsystems is playing a dangerous game with its decision to position Solaris as open source--a move which will see it go head to head with Linux..."

  • internetnews.com: Open Source Law Center Opens Doors (2005-02-01 15:15:29)
    OSDL Enterprise Linux Summit: "A $4 million investment made by the Open Source Development Labs has helped create a center to provide free legal support to free and open source software (FOSS) projects..."

  • eWeek: Group to Divide Linux Standards Base (2005-02-01 13:45:24)
    OSDL Enterprise Linux Summit: "The Free Standards Group has decided to move away from a single, core LSB (Linux Standards Base) specification, and is instead going to break this down into different modules that can be combined to give a server or desktop LSB standard..."

  • eWeek: Is Open Source Ready for Prime Time? (2005-02-01 02:30:46)
    "The emergence of stacks of open-source infrastructure software will spawn new opportunities for companies to enter and succeed in the open-source space, according to a panel of experts at a recent conference..."