13
Jan

Pandora's Box for Open Source

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Odds & Sods

Companies are facing a cannibalizing dilemma

“Open source has become something like the invisible hand of the
software economy, driving prices down and pinpointing those areas ripe
for commodity status. While Microsoft continues to fight it, other
companies have no choice but to embrace the technology, even though its
long-term profitability remains largely unproven.” By Martin LaMonica Staff Writer, CNET News.com February 12, 4:00 AM PT

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originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 2/12/04; 2:47:49 PM
in the IP section.


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