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Four Steps to Creating an Effective Open Source Policy

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Software development organizations are using open source software at an unprecedented scale to build better software faster. Yet while the adoption of open source races ahead, the establishment of ...

Software development organizations are using open source software at an unprecedented scale to build better software faster. Yet while the adoption of open source races ahead, the establishment of policies to govern its use lag far behind. According to Gartner Group, only a minority of IT organizations have established, open-source governance policies in place, and it predicts that by 2014, 50% of Global 2000 organizations will experience technology, cost and security challenges through lack of open-source governance.

In this Webinar, Greg Olson, Senior Strategy Consultant with Olliance Group, a Black Duck company, will explain:

--The four steps to create an open source policy
--How to obtain ‘buy-in’ and support from key stakeholders
--Best practices for rolling out an open source policy in your organization

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