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The 10 Coolest Open-Source Products Of 2009

From the launch of Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala, to the continued emergence of Drupal as a content management system, it's been a year of serious momentum for open source. Here we look at 10 products that made an impact on the IT Industry in 2009.

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In October, OpenOffice.org proudly declared that more than 100 million visitors had clicked on the Web site's 'Download OpenOffice.org' button since version 3.0 of the software was released in October 2008. That's a telling example of the popularity of the open source alternative to Microsoft Office and its continued advancements in features and functionality.



According to Frank Basanta, director of technology for Systems Solutions, a New York-based integrator, OpenOffice is seeing more adoption because of its increased interoperability with Office. "It's now possible to go back and forth between Office and OpenOffice and not lose any of the formatting that used to get people nervous," he said.

 
 
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