Why 80 per cent of your software should be open source

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Why 80 per cent of your software should be open source

In most organisations 80 per cent of software functionality is totally non-competitive; it's time to switch this ratio around

Some large businesses are slipping into inertia because they are so dependent on outdated processes and legacy technologies that they fail to properly invest in. They risk grinding to halt letting ...

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