The reality behind seven commonly held beliefs about open source and what direction they’ll take your institution
oo buggy, not supportable, immature: Negative perceptions about open source abound, especially at smaller colleges and universities that have limited IT resources. But open source is more ubiquitous than most people know (like the Firefox web browser, for example) and is even used to build some commercial applications. Here, some top myths about open source are debunked, to help in conversations across campus departments.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of University Business - December 2012