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Now the that the jury has given Apple almost everything it asked for in its infringement suit against Samsung, what should we expect to happen next? I think it's a given that Samsung will appeal. Given the damages awarded and the obvious determination of Apple to defend its patents, Samsung has... Read more
4 comments Posted 27 Aug 2012 by Andy Updegrove Feed
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I am a technology practitioner and promoter of open source software (OSS). It ismy job to speak about the open source model in order to facilitate its adoption, to discuss its relevance and viability with regards to the strategic and economic needs of our time.
4 comments Posted 27 Aug 2012 by Ravindra Maurya (Red Hat) Feed
Open brand
Do governments care about branding? You bet they do. With today's economic climate, governments are looking for ways to get an economic edge and create jobs. One of the ways to get ahead today is to create a perception or a promise that the locale is business-friendly, innovative, creative, and... Read more
0 comments Posted 8 Aug 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Open brand
Do governments care about branding? You bet they do. With today's economic climate, governments are looking for ways to get an economic edge and create jobs. One of the ways to get ahead today is to create a perception or a promise that the locale is business-friendly, innovative, creative, and... Read more
0 comments Posted 8 Aug 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Scary to join
The sole purpose of a business is to grow. This can take on many dimensions – profits, revenues, market share, brand or community influence just to name a few. The road to growth is very simple. Innovation is required to drive growth. You make something better or new (products, services, solutions... Read more
4 comments Posted 8 Aug 2012 by Jeff DeGraff Feed
Management innovation according to nature's genius
The current industry model is broken. Our economy is built on a "take make waste" model that negatively impacts environmental and human systems and is not tenable in the long term. It is time to reinvent. We are gifted with an array of genius examples in nature–mechanisms and ecosystems that... Read more
0 comments Posted 11 Jul 2012 by Chris Allen Feed
Why is innovation difficult?
The merits of failing faster are integrated with taking risks. Successful innovations only come after many failed attempts. Marten Mickos, CEO of Eucalyptus Systems, explores the intersection of open source and innovation in a Technology Academy Finland (TAF) post "What is Innovation?" Mickos says... Read more
2 comments Posted 29 Jun 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Panera's experiment in human nature: Let customers decide what to pay
Panera Bread launched a new breed of business to attack the growing epidemic of food insecurity in America. The result is Panera Cares—cafes where people eat tasty, nutritious food in an uplifting environment and pay whatever they can afford. There's a full Panera menu, but no prices. The guest,... Read more
2 comments Posted 28 Jun 2012 by Ron Shaich Feed
Advanced manufacturing re-tools with open source
Open source software and open source best-practices have become truly ubiquitous in the business world. Software used to be the new frontier, but open source software can be found leading up to the frontier, at the frontier, and beyond. My experience at CGI America 2012 (a US-focused subgroup of... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Jun 2012 by Michael Tiemann (Red Hat) Feed
Sharing the path to success with your employees
I believe that the future success for businesses to attract and retain top talent relies on a more open management and leadership approach. The workforce is evolving and the new employee is part of a major change affecting not only how we hire and who we hire, but how our companies operate on a... Read more
1 comment Posted 7 Jun 2012 by DeLisa Alexander (Red Hat) Feed

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