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If you really want innovation to happen, you almost have to think about it as an ecosystem. A lot of companies think that the way to be more innovative is to put a group of creative people together. But your most creative ideas are going to come from people on the front lines who see a different way of doing the jobs they do every day. You have to create vehicles for those ideas to be heard.Jim Whitehurst, President and chief executive officer, Red Hat
What does the IoT mean for businesses?
Internet of Things
It can create new opportunities to connect with customers and partners—as well as oceans of data to collect, store, and analyze.
Is OpenStack right for you?
Standardizing cuts out waste. When we in the technology industry can agree on a standard platform to build on, we spend more time creating and less time maintaining or fixing. So how does OpenStack® fit in?
Security and innovation go hand in hand
Innovation is important, but without security, new ideas don’t matter. Let’s find the best ways to actively protect our data and our business.