Why Some Enterprises Don’t Do Open Source

Why Some Enterprises Don’t Do Open Source, was published in Enterprise Tech and was written by Aziz Gilani.
Aziz Gilani, Partner at Mercury Fund, shares his insight open source adoption in enterprises.

As everyone knows, the code for open source software (OSS) is made available with a license in which the copyright holder provides the rights to study, change and distribute the software to anyone for any purpose. OSS is typically developed in a collaborative public manner, relying on the intelligence and creativity of crowdsourcing to create platforms, applications and infrastructure that in many cases rivals that of its proprietary, closed-source cousin.

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Posted May 2017 by | NextGen Enterprise, Software