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10 of the Best Free(ish) Alternative Business Applications

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It is no mistake that setting up a business is expensive, the IT side of it especially so. This expense is even worse during the current financial climate where you could really be investing the money in other areas of the business.

Traditionally the path to go down would be a Windows server, Windows Applications recurring licence costs etc. I'd like to introduce some alternatives for businesses which provide well supported systems at a fraction (if any) of the cost of the commercial alternatives. All of which run on Linux keeping the server costs down.

This isn't a technical guide, its not going to explain how to set any of the suggestions up, i've put this together to show there are cheaper more cost effective long term solutions than the usual business fare.

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Interconnection is Key..

I love the fact there are so many alternative Linux based systems out there for businesses which also communicate with each other, a Drupal, OTRS, SugarCRM based system is a powerful business tool

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