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Open Source versus Closed Source (Proprietary) Software
Open Source vs. Closed Source (Proprietary) Software. Acquire Free Guides and IT Reports In Relation To Open Source Software. Do you understand the differences between open source and closed source (proprietary) software? To make an informed decision when choosing between them, you need to know the advantages and disadvantages of each. The main issues in the debate include cost, service and support, innovation, usability, and security. Get a closer look at open source and closed source software solutions so you know what’s right for your needs.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: Open Source versus Closed Source (Proprietary) Software Open Source versus Closed Source (Proprietary) Software Source: bwired Document Type: Checklist/Guide Description: Do you understand the differences between open source and closed source (proprietary) software? To make an informed decision when choosing between them, you need to know the advantages and disadvantages of each. The main issues in the debate include cost, service and support, innovation, usability, and security. Get a closer look at open
8/4/2009 6:48:00 AM

Secure Your Source Code
Are you on top of data security compliance? Is your source code secure? Are you looking for a new approach that can help ensure these things are taken care of? With SourceAnyware Hosted solution—which provides 128-bit SSL encryption—your data is protected and your source code is secured from attacks. Find out how SourceAnywhere can help you lower total cost of ownership and improve your development team productivity.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: Secure Your Source Code Secure Your Source Code Source: Dynamsoft Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Are you on top of data security compliance? Is your source code secure? Are you looking for a new approach that can help ensure these things are taken care of? With SourceAnyware Hosted solution—which provides 128-bit SSL encryption—your data is protected and your source code is secured from attacks. Find out how SourceAnywhere can help you lower total cost of ownership and improve
11/26/2007 3:07:00 AM

Why Open Source is Important to You
There are two trends in open source adoption that make it imperative that you consider open source solutions for your future IT initiatives. This article describes each of the trends and discusses their importance for your business.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: Why Open Source is Important to You Why Open Source is Important to You Bernard Golden - April 13, 2005 Read Comments Introduction There s been an incredible amount of news and gossip about open source over the past year. Between the SCO lawsuits, the Microsoft Windows versus Linux TCO campaign, and the IBM Linux Everywhere advertising blitz, open source seems to have gotten more coverage than the Brad and Jennifer split. You might be forgiven for thinking the whole open source thing is
4/13/2005

Source Code Translation
Explore source code translation using MacTranslator and WinTranslator with Excel Software solutions. Download free TEC white paper. Everyone who writes computer software eventually faces the requirement of converting a large code base from one programming language to another. But source-code conversion is a tedious, error-prone, and labor-intensive process. While there is no magic button to turn old code into new code, there are tools that can dramatically reduce the time and cost of a conversion project. Find out more.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: Source Code Translation Source Code Translation Source: Excel Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Everyone who writes computer software eventually faces the requirement of converting a large code base from one programming language to another. But source-code conversion is a tedious, error-prone, and labor-intensive process. While there is no magic button to turn old code into new code, there are tools that can dramatically reduce the time and cost of a conversion project. Find out more.
5/17/2010 4:51:00 PM

BAAN Announces Open World : Business-To-Business Collaboration Over The Internet
OpenWorld will be an enterprise integration architecture that enables Baan customers to engage in E-commerce with each other.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: recent announcements detail an open architecture designed to connect thousands of their customers within SAP s Market place. Baan will need to reciprocate with additional information in order to stay competitive. Vendors working to establish themselves in the business marketplace arena (eg: Commerce One, Concur, Ariba) have already endorsed open XML based standards. Baan will need to maintain an adaptable standard, publish more data on integration plans, detail possible partners and describe rich feature
1/3/2000

Product Note: Jaspersoft—Is It Ready for Big Enterprises?
Find out how Jaspersoft is staying ahead of the game in the BI market in this comprehensive product note on Jaspersoft Enterprise Edition. Entering the BI space for large companies is not a small challenge. Jaspersoft may be doing its homework to acquire more recognition and make a smooth but sure entrance into the “large scale” BI segment.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: (BI) solution, but is open source ready for the big BI market?   The FOSS and the COSS World Open source software providers have been growing in the recent years. Long gone are the days when free and open source software (FOSS) providers were making their first efforts to offer reliable software solutions. Nowadays, many of the traditional FOSS vendors have become commercial open source software (COSS) providers. With the COSS offering, the open source software space is changing in an important way,
3/31/2010 12:02:00 PM

Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source
Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source. Find Free Device and Other Solutions to Define Your Systems Implementation In Relation To Oracle Database Security. Addressing information protection and control (IPC) is a complex challenge. Enterprises must secure their databases to protect sensitive information and comply with policy regulations. Learn more about threats to business information, the impact of government regulations on data protection, and how database security best practices can prevent sensitive customer data or company information from being distributed.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: Oracle Passwords | Oracle Open World | Oracle Security Information | Providing Oracle Database Security | Oracle Databases Applications Secure | Parses Oracle Environment Parameters | Security Checklists Recommendations | Oracle Database Security Discussion | Keeping Oracle Database Secure | Oracle Techniques for Enforcing | Oracle Database Security Patching Process | Research Oracle Database Security | Prevention for Oracle Database | Multiple Vulnerabilities Oracle | Oracle Database Server | Security
4/20/2009 3:12:00 PM

Interview with Jeff Bates of SourceForge.net, Slashdot, and the OSTG
Jeff Bates's experience in developing and managing SourceForge.net and Slashdot communities sheds light on encouraging the interest of participants in the open source community. He discusses important technology considerations toward aiding distributed software development efforts.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: Editorial Operations for the Open Source Technology Group (OSTG). Jeff s views on encouraging successful open source communities come based in his hands-on experience as co-founder and Executive Editor of Slashdot.org —one of the most active and renowned communities existing on-line—as well as his responsibility in overseeing the SourceForge.net community. SourceForge.net is an unbelievably large open source software development web site. It hosts over 100,000 projects (including hundreds of
7/26/2005

Single Source or Best of Breed - The Debate Continues
This will never be a clear-cut decision - it is all about the trade-offs.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: Single Source or Best of Breed - The Debate Continues Single Source or Best of Breed - The Debate Continues Olin Thompson - September 1, 2003 Read Comments The Situation The ERP base is up and running and now the needs of the business demand the addition of functionality beyond that base. The additional functionality may be supply chain management (SCM), business intelligence (BI) New Product Development (NPD), or any of a long list of acronyms. Perhaps your ERP vendor will not have the extension or its
9/1/2003

Active Escrow: The Technical Verification of Software Source Code
The source code for mission-critical software products is almost never provided to users by the supplier. All the end-user has is a copy of the compiled source code—in other words, the object code that can only be read and executed by the computers concerned. That’s why professional escrow is becoming an essential component of operational risk management.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: Active Escrow: The Technical Verification of Software Source Code Active Escrow: The Technical Verification of Software Source Code Source: Escrow Europe (Pty) Ltd Document Type: White Paper Description: The source code for mission-critical software products is almost never provided to users by the supplier. All the end-user has is a copy of the compiled source code—in other words, the object code that can only be read and executed by the computers concerned. That’s why professional escrow is becoming
2/24/2007 5:56:00 AM

Evaluating Strategic Information Technology Investment: An Appraisal of Software Alternatives for Small to Medium Enterprises
The problem of information technology investments particularly concerns small and medium enterprises, as they are much more limited in resources than large enterprises. One of the critical questions is whether to implement an open source or closed source solution.

OPEN SOURCE SCORM: Comments The origins of open source and closed source software solutions have different philosophies. The closed source methodology is in most cases practiced by companies which refer to their code as a business secret. In this way they protect their work from piracy and from copycats. The other crucial distinction is that this software is developed to satisfy market requirements. Part One of the series Evaluating Strategic Information Technology Investment: An Appraisal of Software Alternatives for
12/18/2006


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