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Sachiko Muto

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There is general consensus in both government and businesses that 'Openness' is both pivotal and a positive.

Few would seek voluntarily to be labelled ‘closed’ and inevitably ‘open’ can be tagged to a product or service by many companies seeking a little ‘magic dust’ in support of its marketing. But maybe with little attempt to justify and evidence their sought differentiation.

The definition “Open” is also a potentially critical dynamic in the competitive landscape of the ICT industry. As a result, there are various points of views, and conflicting definitions.

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