Article: How to Boost Open Source Services Market 2021 Global Industry Forecasts Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Key Regions Analysis

Open Software, Open Source

How to Boost Open Source Services Market 2021 Global Industry Forecasts Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Key Regions Analysis

Open-source software (OSS) is a type of computer software whose source code is released under a license in which the copyright holder grants users the rights to study, change, and distribute the software to anyone and for any purpose.

“Big Market Research “has added a new report titled, “Global Open Source Services Market Professional Report 2021” to its vast repository of research reports. This is a thorough report focused on the current and future prospects of the Global Open Source Services Market. The report is a collation of primary and secondary research that provides the overall market size, share, key dynamics, and forecast for various segments and sub-segments, considering the macro and micro-economic factors.

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Article: State of Open Banking 2021: Indonesia

Money, Open Governance

State of Open Banking 2021: Indonesia

In this current era of digitalization and personalization, the concept of Open Banking has been rapidly disclosed among experts, and perhaps consumers. The term itself refers to a business model where data can be exchanged in order to be used for various inquiries inside the financial ecosystem.

According to fintecsystems, the starting point of Open Banking goes a long way back to the 1980s when online banking services were made available through dialing. In 2018, Open Banking legal framework was established within the EU’s Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2). This regulation allows the creation of APIs that enables third-party providers (TPP) to request customers’ data retrieval.

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Article: FINOS Shoulders ‘Open Source Movement’ in Finance and Beyond by Expanding Reach Across Professional Services, Technology and Nonprofit Sectors

Innovation, Money, Open Governance, Open Space

FINOS Shoulders ‘Open Source Movement’ in Finance and Beyond by Expanding Reach Across Professional Services, Technology and Nonprofit Sectors

The Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS) today announced Accenture (NYSE: ACN), a global professional services company, will join the organization as a platinum member, along with prominent open source technology company, Armory as a silver member, and InnerSource Commons (ISC) as a nonprofit associate member.

FINOS’ growing membership base, which now over 40, reflects the foundation’s expansion into various industries that are committed to its core mission of promoting the adoption and implementation of open source technology in financial services.

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Article: Linux Foundation blockchain forum: Digital Asset, IBM, Credits and London Stock Exchange on board

Money, Open Governance

Linux Foundation blockchain forum: Digital Asset, IBM, Credits and London Stock Exchange on board

The project will develop an enterprise grade, open source distributed ledger framework and free developers to focus on building robust, industry-specific applications, platforms and hardware systems to support business transactions, said a statement.

IBM plans to donate tens of thousands of lines of its existing codebase and its corresponding intellectual property to the open source community. And Digital Asset will contribute the Hyperledger name to the project, which will be used for future branding of this effort.

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Article: Forget the ‘sharing economy’: technology is about to usher in the ‘circular’ economy

Hardware, Materials, Open Manufacturing, Open Source

Forget the ‘sharing economy’: technology is about to usher in the ‘circular’ economy

It now seems clear that decades of effort focused on sustainability and corporate responsibility initiatives have struggled to make a difference. Production has outstripped planetary boundaries and the environment is contending with mass-scale pollution. But why is this? To put it into a succinct argument: ‘Companies can’t be sustainable in an unsustainable society.

The idea of a sharing economy was borne out of a need to rectify this situation. It is a system built around the sharing of human and physical resources and there are hundreds of compelling new businesses tapping into this idea.

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