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451 CAOS Links 2009.05.22Matthew Aslett, May 22, 2009 @ 6:28 am ET
Open source in central and local government. Open source and cloud computing. FSF and Cisco settlement. And more.
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# Red Hat provided insight to why government agencies are turning to open source software.
# Glyn Moody: Newham and the Prisoner’s Dilemma – how UK local government can save money with free software.
# How the Dept of Defense is benefiting from open source and cloud computing. The Department of Defense’s Defense Information Systems Agency CIO spoke to InformationWeek.
# Red Hat asked Cloud Computing: Vaporware or the Next “Big Thing”?
# Red Hat’s Michael Evans on the confluence of open source and cloud computing.
# Virtual Bridges, IBM and Canonical are delivering virtual Linux desktops.
# Intalio acquired BPM and CRM companies, launching Intalio|Cloud.
# Likewise Software announced that Likewise Enterprise will ship as part of SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 from Novell.
# EnterpriseDB has hired former IONA open source exec Larry Alston.
# Microsoft Research launched Zentity, an open repository extension to Word.
# Jahia released Jahia Enterprise Edition v6 content management software.
# Openbravo Network is now Openbravo Professional Subscription with version 2.50.
# The transcript of Michael Tiemann’s podcast on open source software for TimesOnline.
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