Is lock-in really that bad? Or are we just afraid to commit?

Lock-in is often regarded as an intrinsically bad thing, and many technology adopters will go to great lengths to avoid being...

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Lock-in is often regarded as an intrinsically bad thing, and many technology adopters will go to great lengths to avoid being tied to a particular solution or vendor. But is it really the demon we all make it out to be?

 

 

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This was last published in July 2003

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