Thomas Communications, Inc. Announces "Enterprise Open Source Journal"

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New magazine is the first to provide CIOs and other IT executives with information on Open Source in the Enterprise.

Thomas Communications, Inc. today announced the launch of "Enterprise Open Source Journal," the first magazine focusing on Open Source strategies in the Enterprise. Each issue of "Enterprise Open Source Journal" will be edited to provide 50,000 CIOs and other IT executives with pertinent information about the emergence of Open Source software in the enterprise. Samples of the typical enterprise topics to be covered include:

•    Dispelling Open Source Myths

•    Understanding Open Source Licenses

•    Open Source Storage Management Solutions

•    Linux Insights

•    How to Evaluate Open Source For Enterprise Use

•    Products Available For Use in an Enterprise Open Source Environment

•    Embedded Open Source Solutions

•    Security in an Open Source Environment

•    Integration and Co-habitation of Open Source and Proprietary Solutions

•    Open Source Grid Computing

•    Â… and many more

Thomas Communications has been serving the information needs of enterprise IT executives for over 20-years. As a highly respected publisher of IT magazines such as "z/Journal" and "Business Integration Journal," Thomas Communications is uniquely positioned to fulfill the how-to and business insight needs CIOs require to fully adopt Open Source solutions in the enterprise.

“Our readers are telling us that Open Source is now ready to truly enter the sophisticated realm of the enterprise where products must be reliable, scalable, and supported,” said Bob Thomas, CEO of Thomas Communications. “Until now, Open Source has largely been used for relatively small implementations, testing, or as an operating system or server solution. Now the use of Open Source is beginning to spread beyond the IT department to other areas of the enterprise. Yet there is a great deal of confusion about licensing, how to properly evaluate Open Source solutions, the use of both Open Source and Proprietary products, and other considerations that can quickly require much more insight than at any time in the past. This is the focus of 'Enterprise Open Source Journal.'"

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Denny Yost

Associate Publisher

Enterprise Open Source Journal


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