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Libraries Promote Open Access To Academic Journals [University of Minnesota]

Tyler Gieseke | Minnesota Daily | October 23, 2012

The smattering of orange garb on campus isn’t in preparation of Halloween, it’s University of Minnesota students and staff promoting the sixth annual Open Access Week . Read More »

Massive Open Online Courses - Threat Or Opportunity?

David Grossman | BBC News | July 1, 2013

Can online courses with large-scale interactive participation and open access via the web replace face-to-face teaching in a traditional university setting? Newsnight's David Grossman examines the rise of massive open online courses (Moocs). Read More »

NHS Should 'Look To Lastminute.com'

Lis Evenstad | eHealth Insider | April 15, 2013

Trade body Intellect has urged the NHS to learn from the private sector when it comes to building a new digital architecture to meet the ‘paperless’ challenge. Read More »

Open Access Legislation In The US And Canada Looks To Prioritize Post-Publication Archiving, Not Publishers' Profits

Heather Morrison | The Imaginary Journal of Poetic Economics | October 22, 2013

[...] Providing further context on open access policy, Heather Morrison presents cases from the U.S. and Canada, where each are also grappling with how to provide wider access to publicly funded research. If passed, the U.S.’s FASTR Act would require ‘green’ archiving and a focus on interoperability of local repositories. Read More »

Open Access: Six Myths To Put To Rest

Peter Suber | The Guardian | October 21, 2013

Open access to academic research has never been a hotter topic. But it's still held back by myths and misunderstandings repeated by people who should know better. The good news is that open access has been successful enough to attract comment from beyond its circle of pioneers and experts. The bad news is that a disappointing number of policy-makers, journalists and academics opine in public without doing their homework. Read More »

Open Compute: The Perks Of Converged Infrastructure, No Proprietary B.S. | #OCPSummit

Valentina Craft | Silicon Angle | February 4, 2014

The fifth edition of the Open Compute Project Summit took place on January 28 and 29 in San Jose, California. Day one kicked off with Frank Frankovsky’s opening remarks. The Chairman and President of OCP Foundation presented the “Open Compute Project: 2014 and Beyond”, explaining to the audience what the event is going to focus on and what to expect from the following speakers. Read More »

Open Source Code And Business Models: More Than Just A License

Michael Ferris | OpenSource.com | May 15, 2013

As an organization or even individual there always seem to be questions when considering whether or not to make your project or code snippet open source. Read More »

Open Source Leads The Way Into The Cloud

Arsalan Farooq | Computerworld | August 29, 2012

Virtualization is now a well-established technology in enterprise computing. And in virtualization, VMware is the established leader. But virtualization has begat cloud computing and now the field of play in cloud computing is far more open thanks to open source technologies. Read More »

Open Source Think Tank 2014 To Explore Open Source And The Internet Of Things

Press Release | Black Duck Software | February 20, 2014

Black Duck Software, the trusted partner for open source software (OSS) adoption, management, and governance, today announced the ninth annual Open Source Think Tank 2014 conference will be held at the Solage Calistoga Resort March 24-26, 2014. Read More »

Open vs Closed EHR Systems With Jonathan Bush

John Lynn | EMR & HIPAA | June 7, 2013

Yesterday I had a video interview scheduled with Jonathan Bush from athenahealth. [...] [There] was a system wide problem and so we were unable to broadcast the interview. However, Jonathan and I were able to see each other and so we just did a more traditional interview about the subject of open vs closed EHR systems. Read More »

Prepare For Change! This Is Not Your Father’s Database Industry

Derrick Harris | GigaOM | June 27, 2013

Incumbent database vendors aren’t exactly struggling to make ends meet, but the smart ones know that resting on their laurels might get them there someday. That’s because open source technologies like NoSQL and Hadoop are coming after their business. Read More »

Q&A: Adrian Gardner, CIO, NASA Goddard Flight Center

Joe McKendrick | SmartPlanet | August 23, 2012

In recent times, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has been actively pursuing new, more powerful and cost-effective ways to deliver its vast amounts of data across its networks of scientists and engineers, as well as share its discoveries with the rest of the world. That’s why the space agency has been aggressively adopting the cloud model... Read More »

Raising Linux To Grow Open Source

Jack M. Germain | LinuxInsider | February 19, 2014

The biggest driving factor for software developers to work together with open source is cost. It is much cheaper for them to cooperate through open source than it is to remain isolated with proprietary software, asserted Inktank VP of Product Management Neil Levine. "You can no longer rely on one particular vendor to provide everything you need with regard to technology." Read More »

Resisting The Healthcare Consolidation Frenzy

Philip Betbeze | HealthLeaders Media | December 11, 2013

Merger and acquisition activity shows no signs of slowing, yet some hospital and health system leaders see independence as a viable strategy. Read More »

RTI Presents 'Open Source 2.0?' Complimentary Webinar: RTI's CEO Discusses The Business Factors Driving Open Source

Press Release | Real-Time Innovations (RTI) | October 9, 2012

Real-Time Innovations (RTI), the real-time infrastructure software company, today announced a complimentary webinar titled, "Open Source 2.0?" Read More »