One of the big discussion points during the last few years was Gender Equality. Melinda Gates’ Equality Can’t Wait website state that “At the rate we’re going, it will take 208 years to achieve gender equality in the U.S.”. In Portugal, as far as we know, we don’t have those numbers, but our feeling is that it shouldn’t be that far…
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If there is a buzzword going through a greater moment than “open source” it would probably be “productivity”. If you’re not hacking your productivity, improving it or replicating the tips and secrets of at least 10 highly-productive people then you’re getting left behind (or you were really lucky on your LinkedIn feed)!
Happily, open source productivity tools can help you. While most big companies operating in these areas are either expensive or restrict, the open source alternatives provide great accessibility and power. Best of all, whether you’re a freelancer trying to get work done in your own time, a small business aiming to cut costs or an enterprise organisation wanting complete control, the same solutions can work on any cases.
Here we’ll run through a selection of some of the best open source productivity tools available today and how exactly they might be able to help you.
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Open Source can be defined as a philosophy that promotes the free access and distribution of a program, product or software.
It could be called as a manipulated and modified technology that changes a piece of the original software to make the program or application work as the user wants.