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How Open-Source Software is Flexing its Power

Chris Latterell | Sand Hill | March 12, 2013

Is there a connection between open-source and delivering value in the “connected economy?” Definitely, says Chris Latterell, VP of marketing at software engineering company Open-Xchange. Like his company’s flagship product, OX App Suite, open source is people centric and responsive. In this interview he discusses game-changing open-source trends. Read More »

Open Source Push in the UK 'Could Save Taxpayer Millions'

Matthew Sparkes | The Telegraph | January 30, 2014

The [UK] Government is investigating how open source software could be adopted to save tens of millions of pounds a year and make communication between departments easier.  Since 2010 government departments have spent £200m on Microsoft Office alone, claimed Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude in a speech yesterday.

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The Reasons Businesses Use Open Source Are Changing Faster Than You Realize

Matt Asay | ReadWrite | April 7, 2014

Open-source software, once used primarily because it was cheap and "good enough," now gets top ranking for delivering high quality, according to the latest Future of Open Source survey.  While lowering costs remains the top reason companies elect to participate in open-source projects, they now view open source as a way to drive innovation, shorten time to market, and improve the quality of their software.

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Open Strategic Autonomy: Public and Private Sector Perspectives

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Seminar/Webinar
Date: 
March 23, 2022 (All day)

The increased attention on digital autonomy stems from concerns regarding user-control of IT infrastructures, services and products that our economy depends on. In a soon-to-be-published paper by OpenForum Europe, we outline how these concerns are nothing new to people following the open technology space. Put simply, open technologies, in particular open source and open standards, give the user and developer the control that at a societal level delivers digital autonomy.