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Open source software gains more and more supporters all over the world. What makes open source so exceptional that not only individuals and companies, but more often even government organizations choose this type of software?
Despite its growing popularity, open source still has to face many myths that can be found on the Internet. These myths can unfortunately discourage some of the users from switching to open source software. If you have some doubts about open source - keep reading, discover the truth, and you might change your mind.
Open source
IS A POWERFUL LEVER OF INNOVATION
 
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of companies plan to use OSS

More and more business users look for open source alternatives and prefer them over commercial solutions in order to lower costs and ensure more flexible IT infrastructure.
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of companies use oss for tests

Open source testing tools are free, and are and as good as their commercial equivalents, which is why they are usually recommended for testing purposes.
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of companies use oss

Using open source software is a common practice nowadays, because it can be expanded and adjusted to the company’s needs without any limitations.
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of governments use oss systems

Open source software is very popular in government administration of such countries as the United Kingdom, Canada, or Germany.
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myths about open source
 
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IT’S LESS SECURE

Access to the source code does not define the safety of given software. It only defines the way the safety is analyzed and verified.
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IT’S NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR LARGE COMPANIES

On the contrary, open source software is ideal for large companies, because its free for unlimited number of users.
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IT’S ALWAYS FREE

Open source solutions do not require any license fees, but deployment and adjustment are services that the client has to pay for.
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IT’S ONLY A TEMPORARY TREND

Contrary to what some people believe, it is not a new craze that might disappear any time. The first open source project emerged in the 80s, which makes open source over 30 years old.