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Open Source: The Unauthorized White Papers

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Open Source: The Unauthorized White Papers
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Publisher: Hungry Minds
ISBN/ASIN: 0764546600
ISBN-13: 9780764546600

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These days everyone is talking about Linux. But does Linux and other Open Source software really make good business sense? What are the opportunities -- and risks? This book provides the answers. Written by Donald K. Rosenberg, a respected Open Source authority, it provides a clear, objective analysis of all the critical business issues, from reliability and licensing concerns to opportunities and challenges down the road.

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