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Saving money is one thing. Saving money strategically is another. In tough economic times, you ...
5th May 2009, 12:01 PM #1
Red Hat Open Source Forum in London on June 16th
Might be interesting to someone.
Saving money is one thing. Saving money strategically is another. In tough economic times, you need to rely on proven strategies for keeping IT costs low without impeding IT performance. Thatís where Open Source can help.
We would like to invite you to learn more about the open source alternatives today at the next Open Source Forum in London in June 16th.
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The Open Source Forum brings open source vendors together and is an opportunity for you to learn why, today, open source is being increasingly recognized for its ease of use, high performance, and affordability, especially amidst today's turbulent economic conditions.
This one day conference for IT professionals will provide extensive insights on open source technologies presented by the users themselves and IT experts such as Matt Asay, author of the blog "The Open Road" on cnet.com, Simon Phipps from Sun Microsystems and Jan Wildeboer from Red Hat. A legal session will also give you a better understanding on best practice and Chris Ingel from IDC will moderate the customer panel session and close the conference with a presentation.
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