Latest from Dana Gardner
Just-in-Time Resourcing provides strategic and productive visibility into professional services staffing
The challenge today is for companies to get visibility into the type of work that’s coming down the pike, so that they can proactively train their internal resources and be prepared for that work, so that when they do show up, they are the experts.
As IT gains needed maturity, role of software nears tipping point
As a result, software's DNA is changing from a Frankenstein approach to a market-driven, natural-selection, multi-generational "success-of-the-fittest" model. If the focus moves to the process around how to assemble, adapt, evaluate, test, re-evaluate and re-use, then the process is what's becomes most important. Visibility into the entire process becomes essential. The emphasis moves from disassociated awkward steps and sequences of white-knuckle baton-hand-offs to an anticipated series of related competencies that provide lean, mean yet changing solutions to business needs.
Any ready examples of a SaaS vendor using an OSI-approved license?
Is there a defacto standard in the making for how to best use open source in a SaaS model that does not leave the provider open to code and revenue hi-jacking? My thoughts have been that SaaS providers should use OSS as platform and deployment infrastructure alone, while keeping the applications as their intellectual property. That both reduces risks and total costs.