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10 Open Source Alternatives For Small Business Software

Tony Bradley | PCWorld | August 26, 2013

You can’t run a business—even a small one—without technology. You need computers, smartphones, file storage, a website, and a whole host of other tech assets. So how do you afford it all with a budget that’s tighter than a hipster’s jeans? Read More »

Acquia Launches Digital Alliance To Provide Technology Ecosystem For Creating Next-Generation, Integrated Digital Experiences

Press Release | Acquia | October 22, 2013

Acquia, where great digital experiences begin, today launched its Digital Alliance program, bringing together digital marketing and infrastructure technology companies that provide a full range of digital skills and applications that build upon and integrate with the Acquia open cloud platform... Read More »

Investing in Open Source Companies & Solutions is Smart Business

Who would really want to invest in companies that have embraced the 'open source' movement?... It turns out there just might be a lot of 21st century companies that have embraced open source, open access, open data, open standards, open architecture… and are overtaking or outperforming major companies that used to dominate in the last century..."Bill Gates, VCs Invest $35M In ResearchGate",  "Mirantis Fuels Open Source OpenStack with $10 Million Investment", "One day, three deals, $150 million in open source funding", "Open Source technology investment to increase significantly by 2018". Pay attention to these headlines from recent news articles related to investing in 'open source'.

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Ireland agency helps local governments beat 'open source' fears

Gijs Hillenius | EU Joinup | August 23, 2013

Public administrations in Ireland are losing their fear of open source, trying it out in a test environment offered by the country's Local Government Management Agency (LGMA). Read More »

Nothing Good Is Free: How Linux and Open Source Companies Make Money

David Gerwirtz | ZD Net | November 18, 2016

We all know how popular and helpful Linux and open source products are, but since most of them are available for free, how do the companies that produce them make any money to pay their bills? As it turns out, lots of ways. Last week's article on Linux for older hardware set a new record for Linux-related articles, in that I did not get even one threatening letter. I did, however, get a bunch of email asking business-related questions about Linux and open source...

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Open Source Software Is More Secure Than You Think

Lasse Andresen | SC Magazine | October 8, 2013

[...] Open source is growing in the enterprise, but oftentimes when people think of open source, they are concerned about the potential security issues. But, those security concerns are merely myths. So, what is the reality when it comes to open source software security? Read More »

SugarCRM: Named one of the top open source solutions by Network World

Kevin Cheng | Business Wire | January 7, 2013

SugarCRM has been named one of the most successful open source projects of 2012 by Network World Magazine. SugarCRM provides a market-leading customer relationship management (CRM) solution. Read More »

Tolven-The “Unified Platform” that Delivers All-in-One EHR/PHR/HIE

It is hard to miss the fact that the healthcare industry in the United States and other countries are finding that their existing health IT solutions are not interoperable and are simply unable to distribute, or even acquire, critical patient information. There are two fundamental approaches to fixing this problem. First try to bolt on capabilities that will create kludge systems that have partial interoperability capabilities, or start from scratch with a fully unified platform that has all the interoperability capabilities built-in from the ground up. That would be the Tolven Platform, and that is what this article examines. Read More »

VetAdvisor Deploys SugarCRM to Create a World-Class Veteran Relationship Management Platform

VetAdvisor, the nation’s expert in veteran-centric holistic care, has rapidly expanded its reach to military veterans through its recent deployment of the SugarCRM customer relationship management (CRM) platform. Leveraging  SugarCRM’s advanced open source CRM platform, VetAdvisor is able to provide proactive coaching services across behavioral health, wellness, financial, and all aspects of transition and career development.

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VetAdvisor Selects SugarCRM To Support Military Veterans’ Transition to Civilian Life

Press Release | VetAdvisor, SugarCRM | November 10, 2014

Sugar Helps VetAdvisor Offer Gold Standard of Care for Veterans; Integrates with Innovative Technologies Including FitBit, Twilio For Supportive and Personalized Experience for Vets

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Will Open Source Drive CRM Growth?

Stefanie Hoffman | Channelnomics | December 28, 2012

Open source has its share of challenges, but its biggest fans extol the platform as open, malleable, flexible and cost-effective. Nowhere are these qualities more in demand — or lauded — than in the customer relationship management (CRM) market. [...] Read More »