Open technologies are changing the way we plan and operate our businesses. Learn about what open really means, how you should evaluate these technologies, and how it will impact your quest for talent.
Have they open-sourced any software?
Do they contribute to open-source projects?
Are their internal tools compatible with the external versions?
Open standards, open platforms, and open ecosystems are your key initiatives to achieve business wide innovations.
Today open tools have become ubiquitous — but that wasn’t always the case. Follow a brief history of open, from the first days of the printing press to today.
Andrew Morton, a maintainer of the Linux kernel, explains what open-source operating systems reveal about the future of cloud.
Bursting with data and need a plan to make it useful? Consider some key questions in creating a data-value strategy with the cloud.
Open source: Help your developers win with open software.
Open innovation: Breakthrough ideas by leveraging the community.
Open data: Make better predictions with outside data.
Make your recruitment easier.
Build your employment brand.
Retain talent with alternate career paths.
Open source plays a dual role for today’s business IT vendors, empowering them to compete more effectively while incentivizing them to pool resources. Find out how customers can benefit from this unlikely dynamic.