Asian Firms Must Embrace Open Innovation to Remain Competative
The ZDNet website reported that the key message delegates took away from the Red Hat Summit held recently in San Francisco was that businesses in Asia should embrace the “open source way of innovating” to gain agility and speed, and ensure they are delivering services that their customers want. Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen, Red Hat’s Asia-Pacific senior vice president and general manager underscored the need for a collaborative platform and applying the concepts of open source to the world’s markets. He added that the notion of sharing ideas and collaborating, instead of closing down and locking patents, was becoming pervasive and creating the “social fabric” for future development.
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