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The Linux Foundation’s First-Ever Virtual Open Source Summit

The success of The Linux Foundation's first virtual summit may well have set the standard for new levels of open source participation. Summit masters closed the virtual doors of the four-day joint gathering on July 2. The event hosted the Open Source Summit + Embedded Linux Conference North America ...

ECT News Network 2020 Editorial Calendar

ECT News Network meets an important need in the tech industry. Through its four publications — the E-Commerce Times, TechNewsWorld, CRM Buyer and LinuxInsider — ECT delivers unique, in-depth perspectives to hundreds of thousands of monthly visitors, including enterprise IT decision...

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LinuxInsider Site Map Refer to this handy guide to locate the section of your choice, and then drill down through layers of related content to quickly and easily access the information that is most relevant to your current interests or needs. More ECT News Network Site Maps E-Commerce Times | TechNe...

ECT News Network 2016 Editorial Calendar

The ECT News Network 2016 Editorial Calendar gives a rundown of the quarterly focus for each of our publications: the E-Commerce Times, TechNewsWorld, LinuxInsider and CRM Buyer.

LINUX PICKS AND PANS

Best Open Source Tools for Staying on Top of Projects

The type of organizing tools you use to plan your projects can make your work routine more efficient and improve your productivity. A project management application is an essential tool in some business environments. This week's Linux Picks and Pans takes a deep dive into some of the best project ma...

LINUX PICKS AND PANS

MyNotex Is an Almost Perfect Note Taker and Task Manager

MyNotex is one application I keep revisiting for my note-taking and project management tasks. Italian Developer Massimo Nardello releases one major update per year. MyNotex keeps getting better and better. Version 1.3.1, was released in June. Nardello took what was a near-perfect locally stored note...

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Would You Like Your Open Source All the Way?

The enterprise software industry today can be compared to the menus offered at fast-food eateries. Some offer their star item only one way. Others let you have it your way. How much choice you have often determines where you do your eating. The same option -- or lack of it -- is the driving principa...

Want Customization With That?

Enterprise software vendors want you to believe that they can customize their software to fit your company's particular needs. That promise is also one of open source software's chief claims to fame. So is the make-it-your-way vendor promise a better option than what the open source community offers...

How to Avoid Cloud Vendor Lock-In

Vendor lock-in has been such a standard part of enterprise IT over the years that it often goes unnoticed and unquestioned. Recently, however, that lock-in mentality has followed enterprises to the clouds. One might not think that vendor lock-in would exist for those who use open source software or ...

Linux Burrows Deeper Into the Enterprise

Server-side Linux has been pushing into the enterprise for some years now, and 42 percent of respondents to a survey conducted on behalf of Linux vendor SUSE said it was either their primary server OS or one of their top server platforms. Perhaps more importantly, Linux is extending its reach beyond...

ANDROID APP REVIEW

Zeebox Serves as Tonto to Second-Screen Lone Rangers

If you read my columns regularly, you'll know that I'm a second-screen proponent. For those unfamiliar with the dual-screen concept, it suggests that tablet or phone often accompanies big-screen television watching, resting on the viewer's knee and acting as a two-way, interactive, Internet-connecte...

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

CAST’s Marc Jones: For Fed’s Open Source, It’s Trust and Verify

CAST Software is a software analysis and measurement firm that uses an automated approach to capture and quantify the reliability, security, complexity and size of business applications. A main company objective is increasing software assurance around reliability and security of applications deliver...

LINUX BLOG SAFARI

The Linux Professional Job Quest: 4 Real-Life Tales

They say everyone has a story to tell, and certainly Linux geeks are no exception. So it was with great anticipation that Linux Girl came upon an "Ask Slashdot" posting recently titled, "How Did You Become a Linux Professional?" "I'm interested in taking my skills to the next level -- and making a c...

LINUX BLOG SAFARI

‘Bossie’ Awards Crown FOSS’ Best of Breed

Well September is shaping up to be a banner month here in the world of free and open source software. Not only did we recently learn the winners of this year's "Bossie" (Best of Open Source Software) awards, but we have Software Freedom Day coming up this Saturday! Nothing like awards and parties to...

LINUX BLOG SAFARI

‘Bossie’ Awards Crown FOSS’ Best of Breed

Well September is shaping up to be a banner month here in the world of free and open source software. Not only did we recently learn the winners of this year's "Bossie" (Best of Open Source Software) awards, but we have Software Freedom Day coming up this Saturday! Nothing like awards and parties to...

Oracle Tightens Its Grip, Apache Slips Through Its Fingers

In protest over what it sees as excessive control over Java by Oracle, the Apache Software Foundation has resigned from the Java SE/EE Executive Committee on Thursday. Apache has served on the Java Executive Committee for more than 10 years. Apache's departure follows the EC's approval of the specif...

SUCCESS STORY

OpenERP Solves Open Source’s Vexing Problem: Making Money

Belgian open source application vendor OpenERP has set up its first overseas business office in San Jose, Calif. Traditionally, the company has worked with reseller partners in the United States and 54 other countries worldwide. After four years, though, OpenERP has begun an aggressive expansion. It...

EXPERT ADVICE

Why Open Source Rules for Collaboration Software

Like ERP and CRM before, collaboration is the next big space in software. By the numbers: SharePoint is a billion-dollar business. IBM Lotus is a $700 million business. Forrester Research claims Enterprise 2.0 will grow to a $4.6 billion industry by 2013. Collaboration software is evolving to mean m...

BEST OF ECT NEWS

Fat City for FOSS?

The current economic recession may be pummeling companies around the globe, but amid all the dire reports and grim statistics littering what can only be compared to a bloody battlefield, one oft-cited exception appears to be still standing tall: free and open source software. That's what the common ...

Boom Time for FOSS

The current economic recession may be pummeling companies around the globe, but amid all the dire reports and grim statistics littering what can only be compared to a bloody battlefield, one oft-cited exception appears to be still standing tall: free and open source software. That's what the common ...

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