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Open or die: Innovation led by open source

Jim Whitehurst: Open or die
A shift is happening in the way innovation is occurring. Businesses are moving from closed systems to open, collaborative innovation. Red Hat CEO,...Read more

The quality of open source code increases adoption

The quality of open source code increases adoption
Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) attendees are not only learning about new trends in open source, but also hearing the results of the Future of...Read more

What makes open source software attractive to you?

The quality of open source code increases adoption
Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) attendees are not only learning about new trends in open source, but also hearing the results of the Future of Open Source Software Survey. The survey results were announced during a panel discussion of experts led by Michael Skok, General Partner, North Bridge Venture Partners. Skok lead the discussion of the results and the panel talked about what’s driving industry innovation.Read more

Is information a competitive differentiater?

Is information a competitive differentiater?
I started thinking about the value of information here in San Francisco at the Open Source Business Conference (OSBC), held May 21-22. It's the first...Read more

Big innovations in open source communications

The telecommunications industry is ripe for disruption. Giant companies and service providers are slow to innovate, operating in a monopolistic...Read more

POSSCON offers a microcosm of IT for all levels of open source interest

It was my great pleasure to attend POSSCON 2011 this year. I had the opportunity to do a keynote , a panel discussion, and a technical talk, wearing...Read more

Thoughts from OSBC: What's driving open source acceptance?

Recently I was in the audience for the Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) keynote panel on the future of open source, and part of the discussion...Read more

The open stories from OSBC

Greetings from the Open Source Business Conference (OSBC), held in San Francisco, CA this week. There's a lot of talk about open source, but not a...Read more