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Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise (Hardcover) By Terry Hancock
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How did they do that? Six “impossible things”: GNU/Linux, Wikipedia, the Creative Commons, the Blender Foundation, Open Hardware, and the OLPC/Sugar project. All created under free... More > licenses for everyone to use, in defiance of our conventional ideas of business economics. Is it magic, coincidence, or just plain common sense at work here? The author explores the reality of these projects from an insider's perspective and picks out a set of five easy to follow rules for keeping your own projects in tune with the rules of free culture and on the track to success. Includes the entirety of the “Impossible Things” and “Rules of the Game” article series written for Free Software Magazine, as well as five bonus articles on improving commons-based processes. Hardcover: 290 pages with 94 illustrations.< Less
Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise By Terry Hancock
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How did they do that? Six “impossible things”: GNU/Linux, Wikipedia, the Creative Commons, the Blender Foundation, Open Hardware, and the OLPC/Sugar project. All created under free... More > licenses for everyone to use, in defiance of our conventional ideas of business economics. Is it magic, coincidence, or just plain common sense at work here? The author explores the reality of these projects from an insider's perspective and picks out a set of five easy to follow rules for keeping your own projects in tune with the rules of free culture and on the track to success. Includes the entirety of the “Impossible Things” and “Rules of the Game” article series written for Free Software Magazine, as well as five bonus articles on improving commons-based processes. Paperback: 290 pages with 94 illustrations.< Less
FortiGate Example for Enterprise By Fortinet Technologies Inc.
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This FortiGate Configuration Example for enterprise-level business provides a brief overview of FortiGate Unified Threat Management Systems, and a comprehensive example of a network implementation... More > for a large city library system, with a central main office and more than a dozen branch offices. In this case, enterprise networks refer to large businesses/organizations, government offices, and large Internet service providers. This example employs some of the most common FortiGate security features and can be adapted to planning your own network security solution. This document is based on FortiOS v3.0 MR6.< Less
FortiGate Example for Enterprise By Fortinet Technologies Inc.
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This FortiGate Configuration Example for enterprise-level business provides a brief overview of FortiGate Unified Threat Management Systems, and a comprehensive example of a network implementation... More > for a large city library system, with a central main office and more than a dozen branch offices. In this case, enterprise networks refer to large businesses/organizations, government offices, and large Internet service providers. This example employs some of the most common FortiGate security features and can be adapted to planning your own network security solution. This document is based on FortiOS v3.0 MR6.< Less
Purposeful Profit: How To Create A Successful Faith-Based Social Enterprise By Kemi Ingram
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The term social enterprise is commonly used to describe any earned-income strategy undertaken by a non-profit in support of its charitable mission. Social enterprises create jobs and empower... More > communities through the sale of products and services. In this eCourse, Kemi Ingram will show you how to create a successful faith-based social enterprise. Kemi is the Founding Principal of Ajayi Ingram & Associates, a global consulting firm supporting the development work of churches and charities worldwide. She holds degrees from the University of Southern California, Fuller Seminary and Oxford University, UK.< Less
Sacred Space, Enterprise and Ethics: The Challenge of Doing Business In The Church By Kemi Ingram
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Churches around the world have begun to embrace the idea of ‘social enterprise,’ namely the generating of ‘earned-income’ for mission-driven programs and services. Church... More > halls are being converted to office and retail spaces, sanctuaries are being hired out for yoga classes and church steeples are being rented to mobile phone companies for the installation of telephone masts. This recent rise in the level of receptivity to ‘marketplace methodologies’ has required many church leaders to reconsider the relationship between Christian faith and the world of business. This book seeks to highlight the ways in which ecclesiological understanding can function to address many of the common ethical issues arising during the explorative phase of faith-based social enterprise development. Kemi Ingram is founding principal of Ajayi Ingram & Associates, a global consulting firm supporting the development work of faith communities. She is a graduate of USC, Fuller Seminary and Oxford University, UK.< Less
Sacred Space, Enterprise and Ethics: The Challenge of Doing Business In The Church By Kemi Ingram
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Churches around the world have begun to embrace the idea of ‘social enterprise,’ namely the generating of ‘earned-income’ for mission-driven programs and services. Church... More > halls are being converted to office and retail spaces, sanctuaries are being hired out for yoga classes and church steeples are being rented to mobile phone companies for the installation of telephone masts. This recent rise in the level of receptivity to ‘marketplace methodologies’ has required many church leaders to reconsider the relationship between Christian faith and the world of business. This book seeks to highlight the ways in which ecclesiological understanding can function to address many of the common ethical issues arising during the explorative phase of faith-based social enterprise development. Kemi Ingram is founding principal of Ajayi Ingram & Associates, a global consulting firm supporting the development work of faith communities. She is a graduate of USC, Fuller Seminary and Oxford University, UK.< Less