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IT Management Linux News for Jul 14, 2010

  • Microsoft's Biggest Concern No Longer Is Open Source (Jul 14, 2010, 15:36)
    The VAR Guy: "What keeps Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer up at night? A few years ago, the answer likely involved Linux, Red Hat, MySQL and other disruptive open source upstarts."

  • SugarCRM 6 Debuts with Open Source and Commercial Features (Jul 14, 2010, 13:06)
    eCRM Guide: "After four months of beta availability and testing, SugarCRM today officially announced the general availability of its Sugar 6 CRM customer relationship management platform. Sugar 6 includes an open source community edition as well as commercially licensed professional and enterprise editions."

  • Open Source Business Models Become More Attractive (Jul 14, 2010, 10:36)
    Network World: "The appeal of business models based on open source software and middleware is increasing, and drawing some who previously argued against such solutions."

  • OSS: Europe vs. The United States (Jul 14, 2010, 01:36)
    Linux Journal: "She blasted proprietary software, saying that choosing it over Open Source alternatives can leave nations "unintentionally locked into proprietary technology for decades""