"InfoWorld recognizes the leading open source projects for software development, cloud computing, big data, and machine learning...

Remember Snort? Or Asterisk? Or Jaspersoft or Zimbra? Heck, you might still be using them. All of these open source champions - InfoWorld Best of Open Source Software Award winners 10 years ago - are still going strong. And why not? They're still perfectly useful.

Ten years ago these tools were among the best answers to pressing needs in the enterprise network - for intrusion detection, call management, reporting, and collaboration..."

"Which GNU tool is your favorite? Here are five great responses...

GNU was publicly announced on September 27, 1983, and today has a strong following.

GNU is...

  • an operating system
  • an extensive collection of computer software
  • free software
  • licensed under the GNU Project's own General Public License (GPL)

What else is GNU to you? Which tool is your favorite? Here are five great responses..."

"Across the nation, citizens are demanding services from state and local governments that compare with what they can find in the private sector. At the same time, agencies are facing difficulties when it comes to modernizing legacy IT infrastructure and bolstering overall cybersecurity, which makes it harder for government leaders to embrace innovation..."

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