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Issue #2 December 2004
- Meet Fedora Core 3
- The Open Source Triple Play
- Rocking in the Free World
- What is Security-Enhanced Linux?
- The Red Hat Patent Promise: Encouraging Innovation
- Better Living Through RPM, Part 1
- Maximizing Productivity with Evolution
- Understanding Virtual Memory
- Code Internationalization 101
- Double Your Fun with User-mode Linux
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The Open Source Triple Play
by Michael Tiemann
What is the Triple Play? Improving your company's total cost of ownership, reinvesting the savings to improve collaboration, and driving user innovation.
Watch Michael Tiemann, Red Hat VP of Open Source Affairs, as he explains how the Triple Play means going beyond technical collaboration and fundamentally changing the way people think. Rather than simply dictating a solution, give customers the tools to innovate. Then they can grow their entire market, and higher profit is the ultimate result.
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