Ungated Post | 28 Jul 2015

The Open Source Era

​Open source software is changing the way the world computes. This report, based on a global survey of senior business and technology executives and comments from major companies around the world, shows that businesses are using open source software and development methods in a variety of consequential ways, and the impact on business performance and operations is expected to grow strongly over the next few years. The open source era is well under way.

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