Open source: Assessing the TCO picture - Open source technology sounds like it's free but it isn't; like its commercial equivalent, it has to be implemented and supported. However, the total cost of ownership (TCO) has proven very positive for a number of Canadian organizations. And with the big IT players stepping up to the plate, adoption no longer involves taking a wild swing.
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