Hello, Spring! Open Up Your Business Potential

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oday is the First Day of Spring!!!  Time to take a Spring Break from unproductive habits and methods and open your minds, and business, towards higher efficiencies.

SPRING OPEN YOUR BUSINESS POTENTIAL

OpenStack: OpenStack is a global collaboration of developers and cloud computing technologists producing the ubiquitous open source cloud computing platform for public and private clouds. The project aims to deliver solutions for all types of clouds by being simple to implement, massively scalable, and feature rich. The technology consists of a series of interrelated projects delivering various components for a cloud infrastructure solution.

Open Source:  In general, open source refers to any program whose source code is made available for use or modification as users or other developers see fit. Open source software is usually developed as a public collaboration and made freely available.spring open source business flower

OpenID:  OpenID allows you to use an existing account to sign in to multiple websites, without needing to create new passwords.  You may choose to associate information with your OpenID that can be shared with the websites you visit, such as a name or email address. With OpenID, you control how much of that information is shared with the websites you visit.  With OpenID, your password is only given to your identity provider, and that provider then confirms your identity to the websites you visit.  Other than your provider, no website ever sees your password, so you don’t need to worry about an unscrupulous or insecure website compromising your identity.

Open Standards: Open standards refer to the conventions and rules for interoperability and data exchange, as the specifications for hardware or software that are developed by a standards organization or a consortium involved in supporting a standard. Available to the public for developing compliant products, open standards imply "open systems;" that an existing component in a system can be replaced with that of another vendor. Although many vendors may have contributed to an open standard, and one may have contributed more than others and even have great influence, an open standard is not completely controlled by a single vendor.   Standards provide specific methods for connecting, tagging, and exchanging information. Additionally, open standards such as HTML have provided the genesis of our current network environment: the Internet. Open source software may be -- but is not required to be -- open-standards compliant.

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