Part 5—Mike Kuniavsky: The Innovation Boat and the Open Source Wake
In an earlier conversation with Mike Kuniavsky, we discussed the potential value of open source systems because the companies that adopt them are more likely to be trusted and ubiquitous. He used the example of how IBM invested deeply in Linux* because they knew that their core business model was a set of high-value services that built upon the OS without selling the OS itself.
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