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DreamWorks has released its OpenVDB open source C++ library for general community consumption and adaption.
Identity management specialist ForgeRock has launched a 100% open source software stack intended to secure applications and services across enterprise, cloud, social and mobile environments.
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With the growing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend showing no signs of slowing, the question is... are we going to witness have a device management problem at the enterprise level?
In a week filled with big data and predictive analytics at what is an undeniably fairly heavy enterprise level, the Computer Weekly Open Source Insider blog today turns to the equally important ...
Google has released the source code for the next version of Android. The open source operating system's next iteration will be known as Android Jelly Bean 4.2.
The Computer Weekly Open Source Insider team attended an informal gathering held in Mozilla's London HQ last night to speak to executive director of the Mozilla Foundation himself Mr Mark Surman.
There is now, it seems, a cross-device compatibility imperative rising.
In the shadow of dark industry mutterings relating to the firm's wider position in the mobile device market, there are healthy sections of the RIM technology stack garnering interest from ...
Red Hat is reported to be eyeing the Chinese market as a key propagation ground for revenue growth.
- 02 Nov 2012
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Sirius has confirmed that it has been awarded a place on the UK government G-Cloud Framework. The firm will be making its full range of open source products available through the CloudStore.
Entrepreneur and inventor website FundaGeek has a software development stream at www.fundageek.com/software to assist software developers in securing funding for their projects.