Subject: [Fwd: The CIOs strike back]
From: Jerry Dwyer <gdwyer@dwyerecon.com>
Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2004 10:55:15 -0400

Below is a link to an interview with one of the co-founders of 
Avalanche. He provides his take on the advantages compared to open 
source. My reading is that it is concern about intellectual property 
issues, possibly also concern about what programmers not employed by one 
of the firms might code.

Jerry Dwyer

The CIOs strike back
By Alorie Gilbert

Q&A Andrew Black is part of a corporate software buyer's co-op called Avalanche. If
it works as planned, the business of buying IT may be forever changed.

http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1104-5201860.html?tag=sas.email

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