Case Study: Total Cost of Ownership of Open Source Software
A research study on the total cost of ownership (TCO) of open source software.
An excellent study that provides insight on the value proposition of open source software - using the total cost of ownership (TCO) framework. The study was conducted for a school system but the "framework" can be applied to understand the total cost of open source software and make a business case.
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Posted on 04/30/2009 by