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Wednesday, April 17 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Solving the Puzzle of Multimedia on Linux Deployments - Muriel Paumier-Moscardini, Fluendo

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For the last few years, and specially 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 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 talk will address all companies' and individuals' concerns regarding FOSS and proprietary software, territoriality and use of software at end-user and professional levels on their Linux deployments.

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Muriel Paumier-Moscardini

Muriel Paumier-Moscardini, who has over 15 years of management experience in industrial and IT environments, joined the Fluendo management team in 2008 to build its B2B business with some of the world's top OEMs, including Sony, Toshiba, Hewlett Packard, Logitech, Intel and Wyse... Read More →

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