For the last few years, and especially in the current economic climate, many businesses are opting to use Linux to reduce their licensing and development costs. By doing this, they have realized that Linux offers other benefits aside from just cutting expenses: Linux users enjoy a robust, flexible and adaptable Operating System with a great choice of tools for productivity and business applications. As any other software, Linux deployments are subject to copyright, trademarks, patents, etc. This sometimes constitutes a real challenge, when it shouldn’t be.
To shed some light on these matters, next May the 14th Fluendo will be hosting a free webinar featuring two recognized experts in Intellectual Property, Free and Open Source Software and Patent Licenses. They will discuss before European and American audiences some of the challenges that governments, enterprises, education, and all kinds of organizations face when decide to migrate to Linux.
Webinar dates and times:
- NORTH AMERICA
Fri 14 May 2010 / 08:00am PST-11:00am EST
- EST EMEA & APAC
Fri 14 May 2010 / 10:00am CET - 09:00am GMT
About Fluendo S.A.
Fluendo (fluendo.com) was founded in 2004 to address the multimedia issue in GNU/Linux and Free Software in General. Fluendo employs several of the central developers of the GStreamer multimedia framework, which is quickly establishing itself as the de-facto standard multimedia framework for GNU/Linux and UNIX systems. Fluendo provide a wide range of products under and above GStreamer including proprietary codecs (together with their respective patent licenses), a streaming server, a DVD player, the Fluoh Media Center, and an Open Source media center project.
If you have any questions regarding this webinar, feel free to write to webinar[.]fluendo.com / For Marketing and Press, contact marcom[.]fluendo.com
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