Brazil bank, Free software, Linux and Open Office
With the advancement of technology we have today computerized systems in any company, from corporations to a simple newsstand, we found computer systems. Computers work is required to use this software and can be free or Owner. Some examples of proprietary software are Windows and Office, as examples of free software are the Linux and Open Office. A proprietary system can be very costly and limit the advancement possibilities of many companies because each computer with a proprietary software has to pay a license to use and generally have the operating system, office suite, antivirus, and all these programs that require a license.
Another problem is the proprietary software does not have the freedom to be modified, when buying a proprietary software actually is this licensing the use and not the full right to use and modification. Already free software is flexible and can be adapted to the reality of each company, improving performance, security, reliability and economy.
According to Silveira (2009, p.5), "The free software movement is a movement by sharing technological knowledge. Began in the 1980s and spread throughout the planet taken by the webs of the worldwide network of computers ". Free Software aims the freedom and knowledge sharing, and today the main means of distribution is the internet.
[...] And Microsoft charges a value to it, like a rental, but to do that Microsoft needs to close the source code because the source code is open and available to all people, could change the code and do copies without any legal problems with it, it would not be hurting the copyright of the original program because the second would be considered different and excluded from the right of the original program. Without having to pay the duties that a company thinks it has on the software. Free Software Deployment in Government of Brazil The government can be considered as a large company, run by representatives of the people, has revenues, expenses, needs to be well managed and how any company is interesting to cost reduction and improvement in efficiency and effectiveness of its processes. [...]
[...] So that computers work is required to use this software and can be free or Owner. Some examples of proprietary software are Windows and Office, as examples of free software are the Linux and Open Office. A proprietary system can be very costly and limit the advancement possibilities of many companies because each computer with a proprietary software has to pay a license to use and generally have the operating system, office suite, antivirus, and all these programs that require a license. [...]
[...] Many organizations already love Free Software, such as Banco do Brazil, Armed Forces, SERPRO, Post Office, Metro and others. These companies have seen important differences in Free Software and adopted it as the default system, saving many resources and going ahead of its competitors with a technology that is constantly updated. To implement the Free Software will be observed important points as the Ambienta to be implemented, time and cost for deployment, training and capacity building, needs the system could require as programmers and computer engineers, and all this has to be seen and studying before the start of migration to Free Software, so this is a process that requires investment and attention. [...]
[...] Both are a list of steps to be followed carefully. What starts the ending, when you start, or when you prepare something and reserve to be added in the future when to get right result. And these recipes are made by people who cook and usually exchange recipes with neighbors and friends. Revenue for the computing program is the source code. The core of the software, changes in the programs are only possible if the "recipe" is available to anyone. [...]
[...] Thus arose the market model aimed at sale and ownership of the Software. In the 70s, an operating system had become popular in universities: it was Unix, created in the company's laboratories AT & T by developers Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie. It was an operating system for mainframes, expensive computers and large with incredible processing power. From the Unix were several leads, because its source code was open, after a time and a certain number of versions of Unix spent universities also for personal computers. [...]
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