Open Source : 

Companies can take avantage of Open Source tools and other software that provide powerful capabilities:
  • Customizable to fit unique business processes and strategic objectives
  • Ability to integrate with other IT software and services seamlessly—no vendor lock-in
  • Flexible deployment on-premise or in the cloud to fit all IT requirements
  • Full visibility into open source code available to everyone
  • Continuous innovation driven by a global open source community

Open Source Softwares : 

  • Firefox—a Web browser that competes with Internet Explorer
  • OpenOffice—a competitor to Microsoft Office
  • Gimp—a graphic tool with features found in Photoshop
  • Alfresco—collaboration software that competes with Microsoft Sharepoint and EMC’s Documentum
  • Marketcetera—an enterprise trading platform for hedge fund managers that competes with FlexTrade and Portware
  • Zimbra—open source e-mail software that competes with Outlook server
  • MySQL, Ingres, and EnterpriseDB—open source database software packages that each go head-to-head with commercial products from Oracle, Microsoft, Sybase, and IBM
  • SugarCRM—customer relationship management software that competes with Salesforce.com and Siebel
  • Asterix—an open source implementation for running a PBX corporate telephony system that competes with offerings from Nortel and Cisco, among others
  • Free BSD and Sun’s OpenSolaris—open source versions of the Unix operating system

 

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