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Dear Adobe: Make Software for Linux Too

"With the desktop market the way it is today, I don't think pure proprietary players like Adobe will be able to find a significant audience for Linux. Those who have adopted Linux for desktops can be described as techie purists. They are purposely shunning commercial software for philosophical reasons and will continue to be drawn to open source solutions for their needs," Mac McConnell, vice president of Bonitasoft, told LinuxInsider...

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Open Source in the Enterprise: To Pay or Not to Pay?

Open source software often comes with a range of options between free download and user-paid editions. One of those options might be a different license or use conditions with the paid version, Mac McConnell, vice president of Bonitasoft, told LinuxInsider "When the free users...

Want Customization With That?

A starting point for modifying open source applications is taking an open source solution that comes close to your needs and adding your own modifications from there, suggested Mac McConnell, vice president of Bonitasoft. To develop your own software solution from scratch means continuing to fund update costs over time...

FOSS in the Enterprise: To Pay or Not to Pay?

Open source software often comes with a range of options between free download and user-paid editions. One of those options might be a different license or use conditions with the paid version, Mac McConnell, vice president of Bonitasoft, told LinuxInsider "When the free users...

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BPM and CMOs: A Match Made in Heaven

There's been a lot of talk recently about how BPM is gaining traction across a wide variety of industry verticals. BPM's surge is part of the larger trend of agile development; organizations are weary of growing top-heavy and employing a number of individuals to perform tedious, manual processes that could easily be handled by a single person if they had greater visibility into the complete processes and tools to automate all or certain portions of it...

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