Xtalks Speaker Spotlight: Mark Winz, Vice President, Enterprise Solutions OpenLogic

More companies are migrating parts of their infrastructure to open source software. IT executives need software that is more flexible, customizable, open, robust, and efficient as well as less expensive from a total cost of ownership point of view. Join us October 11, 2006, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. ET as Ari Jaaksi of Nokia, Joseph D. Foran of FSW Inc., and Mark Winz of OpenLogic examine the interoperability of implemented proprietary software and OSS, evaluate the risks and benefits of adapting and using OSS, and discuss the impact of patent legislation on using OSS. http://xtalks.com/opensrc2.ashx

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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 9, 2006

More companies are migrating parts of their infrastructure to open source software. IT executives need software that is more flexible, customizable, open, robust, and efficient as well as less expensive from a total cost of ownership point of view. Join us October 11, 2006, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. ET as Ari Jaaksi of Nokia, Joseph D. Foran of FSW Inc., and Mark Winz of OpenLogic examine the interoperability of implemented proprietary software and OSS, evaluate the risks and benefits of adapting and using OSS, and discuss the impact of patent legislation on using OSS. http://xtalks.com/opensrc2.ashx

Speaker Spotlight: Mark Winz, Vice President, Enterprise Solutions OpenLogic

OpenLogic’s Mark Winz leverages 22 years of experience in the enterprise software industry to help enterprise organizations maximize the benefits of open source software while reducing risks. Having previously served in a variety of roles, from innovator and executive vice president to founder and business development leader, Mark has developed expertise in the brokerage and commercial banking industries, as well as with enterprise-class document production, compliance and workflow systems for securities firms.

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