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Overview: This session will serve as a primer for individuals and organizations interested in open source software, and its ability to meet their business needs. Attendees will gain a better understanding of what open source software is, how it is developed, its characteristics that may be beneficial to their organization, and considerations for successful adoption.
Non-technical managers will enhance their ability to work with and support their technical staff in planning and implementation. This session is delivered in non-technical language with an emphasis on helping you determine the business case for your organization. The session will also provide a basic framework for planning. Materials include resources for further investigation.
Why should you attend: If your organization isn't levering open source software to improve its operational efficiencies and maximize its investments in technology, you need to ask yourself why. Open source is enterprise ready and likely already used by your peers and competitors alike. But where do you start, or how do you build on what open source you may already have deployed? What are the pitfalls? Where are the easy wins? Getting Your Business Started with Open Source is a practical primer that will send you back to your organization ready to develop your own approach to adopting or improving your open source capabilities
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Speaker Profile: Deborah Bryant