Posts Tagged ‘flexibility’

Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value – Part II: keyfactor #1 – the organizational context

Monday, May 24th, 2010

In my previous post Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value Part II: the right approach, my conclusion focused on four key-factors. The first one is the organizational context. (I started this discussion with Pure Open Source and Ecology of Value Part I: A new strategy: the ecological approach to the value) Who is willing […]

About OSS adoption in Europe – An Italian point of view

Monday, May 10th, 2010

Some days ago, Geoffrey Mobisson posted his blog with Open Source Notes from the Left Bank: OSS Adoption in Europe. In particular, he said: “Europe has so clearly established itself as the most dominating “consumer” of open source enterprise applications”. Looking at his own reasons, I mostly agree with reason n.1 (i.e.: “The combination of […]