Debra Donston: Up for Discussion

March 2008
eWeek;3/10/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p57
The article presents the opinion of readers published on the web regarding technological innovations in the U.S. According to Debra Donston, Serena's Rene Bonvanie, senior vice president of worldwide marketing, partner programs and online services, is being regarded as innovation with permission. Such connotations were attributed to their rogue implementations of technology in companies, Linux servers and Wi-Fi networks, wherein these were notoriously underground before becoming mainstream. According to Donston, the innovation-without-permission model is being driven and companies have never asked for permission to do any of these things.


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