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IT Management Linux News for Aug 28, 2007

  • Lowering Barriers to Entry: Open Source and the Enterprise (2007-08-28 21:00:39)
    GigaOM: "Contrary to published reports and popular opinion alike, the most important impact of open source on the enterprise has not been on pricing..."

  • Public Sector Warms to Open Source (2007-08-28 18:30:34)
    CIO Australia: "Australia is at the front of the trend in public sector and government adoption of mature open-source products..."

  • Egat Turns to Open Source to Cut Costs (2007-08-28 18:00:11)
    The Nation: "The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) has successfully bundled Open Office to run on 7,000 desktop PCs and reduced the cost of IT investment by around Bt40 million a year..."

  • Becoming a Linux OEM: A Roadmap (2007-08-28 17:00:12)
    Datamation: "Then it happened: Dell dropped their hat into the ring, perhaps prompting what could become a rush of other PC manufacturers and distributors wishing to enter into OEM deals with various Linux distributions..."

  • Sugar CRM Goes On-Demand with Version 5.0 Beta (2007-08-28 15:00:53)
    iTWire: "A beta release of a major new version of the Sugar open source CRM application will be available this week..."

  • Army Corps Ready to Build on Oracle 11g (2007-08-28 14:30:44)
    GCN: ""Earlier this month, Oracle released the much-anticipated upgrade to its platform database management system, at least for Linux..."