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“Linux has won in the datacenter. Now on to the rest of IT.”
In this morning’s keynote from Executive Vice President and President of Products and Technologies Paul Cormier, we looked back at how Linux finally won in the datacenter, and we explored insights into where the open source community is guiding us.
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Tonight we saw how open source extends into the world beyond software. Charlie Reisinger, IT director for the Penn Manor school district–with the help of a collaborative team of teachers, administrators, and students–helped bring an open educational model and a 1:1 laptop program to Penn Manor High School.
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“Does technology really matter?”
Craig Muzilla, Red Hat senior vice president, Applications Platforms Business, says no. Not when it comes to succeeding in today’s market. “I will argue that despite all the changes in technology over the last 5 years, technology doesn’t really matter; what matters is how you create new value with that technology and new business models with that technology,” he said.
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“Disrupt or be disrupted.”
That’s the message Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat’s President and CEO, delivered to the opening keynote crowd at the 2015 Red Hat Summit in Boston at the Hynes Convention Center. Whitehurst discussed the fundamental changes in our economy, how organizations need to rethink the very foundations of how they operate in the Information Age, and what Red Hat is doing to lead the way.
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Brianna Wu needs little introduction to those familiar with the Internet or video gaming. Her experiences in the last year range from supportive to downright scary, all because she dared express her experiences as a woman and a creator of code.
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