What is Open Source ?
Open source software is a program with its source code made available and which can be used, studied, modified and redistributed freely. There are millions of open IT solutions that anyone can contribute to!
And loads of other advantages that come by the hundreds !
Open to the addition of modules and extensions, open source extensions are robust and changing while also complying with interoperability standards.
Freedom of choice
Non-dependence or low dependence in relation to a company is a major and undeniable feature of open source !
Because they federate large communities of users, they have an incomparable and long-lasting development dynamic.
Open source is in the headland in numerous areas and technologies of the future: cloud, big data, devops, IoT...
Open source has become the inescapable mature model.The big names of the web have already adopted it...Google, Twitter, Facebook are all built on open source bricks !
Drupal is used by the White House ! What else can you say, in terms of security, open source has clearly proved its worth !
Open source and Smile, a love story
SMILE REPLICATED COLLABORATION ACTIONS ON A DAILY BASIS AND IS ALWAYS SHARING !
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