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saving thousands in IT licensing – easily

Posted by | Filed under firm, IT, open source | Jul 28, 2010 | Tags: , | No Comments

However, in today’s world, as IT becomes more fundamental to the success of firms; the age-old practice of licensing proprietary software is loosing favour. Companies are recognising that licensing and down-time from unreliable products such as Microsoft Windows is costing them money and, in some respects, costing them skills; deploying software in this way can breed a culture within system administrators where they would rather buy a product than learn new skills to fix a problem.

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