The 2006 LinuxWorld Canada Show

Colin McGregor reports on the highlights and details of this year's LinuxWorld Canada.
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The 2006 LinuxWorld Canada Show

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SaaL-Software as a License is in decline while SaaS - Software as a Service and OpenSource is ascendant. And why not ? SaaL has ever more prickly EULA agreements protecting software vendors from providing service except on their own terms and prices; while Open Source and SaaS both put Service and Support upfront as their key competitive advantage. Also major firms such as Adobe, Borland, Microsoft, Oracle, Quicken, and many others find themselves competing as the highest cost producers in an ever wider array of markets. There is a software sea change going on and LinuxWorld is at its epicenter both on the desktop and on the server.

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