First, couple of policy-related items. Some research confirming that public consultations are still about well resrouced organisations having their say, and a forum for senior management to consider the business issues around managing the informaiton they control and use
Answer: Councils and professional bodies. There are some key, and often vulnerable, sections of the public which may remain unrepresented in the formation of policy. “Think about some of the marginal groups in society. There is a question of how able they are to get across all the issues.
Identifying whether there is the will on the part of large organisations and their legal advisors and auditors, to take a lead in rebuilding confidence that their information governance is fit for purpose in a world where data loss can destroy competitive advantage. The same concepts apply to e-government
- Open source is not a business model | 451 CAOS Theory
The majority of open source vendors utilize some form of commercial licensing to distribute, or generate revenue from, open source software. Maybe we’re hitting the synthesis – with Microsoft coming from teh other side with shared-source and its acceptance of the use of opensource applications using its architectures.
(tags: research opensource business report article 2008)