Free (w/strings attached)…open source code – Computerworld

“The problem is, many IT organizations aren’t applying good governance practices to open-source software.”

The concern cited by this article is not that open-source is bad, its that open-source not done properly introduces risks to a company. If IT as the corporate innovation leader was ahead of this, the risk to the company would be minimized.

Has your IT led your company down the right path to take advantage of open-source?

via Free (with strings attached): Keeping track of open source code – Computerworld.

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