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Businesses that fail to adapt to open source innovation won't be around five years from now, warns Irving Wladawsky-Berger. Speaking at the Open Source Business Conference yesterday, IBM's vice president of technology and strategy for servers said, "The problems facing us are far bigger than any one company. One of the most interesting revolutions in businesses is how to bring together the best and brightest to collaborate." That collaboration means working with the open source community and finding a balance between proprietary and open source software. IBM has been the most aggressive of the big companies turning open source development into an asset--and a competitive weapon against Microsoft and Sun.

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