Finding Value in Open Source

Open source magical realism

  • The vendor may impose steep price hikes.
  • The vendor may remove a key feature that a client depends on because the vendor doesn’t want to support it anymore.
  • The vendor may go out of business or may radically change its business model and abandon its former clients.
  • The vendor may enter the niche in which the client is working, becoming a direct competitor and abusing its position to put the client at a disadvantage.
  • Bugs or bizarre performance problems may crop up in the features the client depends on.
  • The client may have trouble finding job candidates with expettise in the proprietary product.

Freedom to be me… anywhere

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