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Finding 2

By Allan Alter  |  Posted 03-05-2008 Print

Lagging Behind in Web 2.0 and Open Source

Web 2.0 and open-source collaboration tools are only beginning to make inroads in IT organizations. Midmarket companies are neither willing to cut the cord with proprietary vendors, nor to embrace Web 2.0 technologies. But given SMBs' strong interest in open source, and the widespread (albeit unsupported) use of Web 2.0, more midtier companies are bound to begin adopting these tools.


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