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78 -== OW2 Open Source Strategies [[Software Commoditization and Open Source Strategies >>attach:CedricThomasOSSandCommodizationJUL10-Draftv1.1.pdf]] presents the strategic opportunities offered to OW2 members. ==
78 +== OW2 Open Source Strategies ==
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80 -Our understanding is that there is a long-term commoditization movement which reveals itself through at least three business configurations: the first one is offshore outsourcing, the second open source and the third, emerging now, is cloud computing.
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80 + The paper [[Software Commoditization and Open Source Strategies >>attach:CedricThomasOSSandCommodizationJUL10-Draftv1.1.pdf]] presents the strategic opportunities offered to OW2 members.
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82 +Our understanding is that there is a long-term commoditization movement which reveals itself through at least three business configurations: the first one is offshore outsourcing, the second open source and the third, emerging now, is cloud computing.
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82 82 The software industry is a system with strong feedback and in constant renewal. A correct understanding of the mechanisms underpinning the growth of open source and its relationship with software commoditization provides a conceptual and strategic framework for governments, software vendors, systems integrators, customers and developers.
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84 84 Open source, however, should not be reduced to an expression of software commoditization as it plays a key role in open innovation practices. Furthermore, its interaction with the wave of innovation required by cloud computing provides a new perspective on OW2 evolution.{{/html}}

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