The widespread adoption of open source software (OSS) is no longer is a fringe technology that is used by bleeding-edge risk-takers. It has also become a key vector for obtaining software construction components for specific services or capabilities that don't need to be written from scratch anymore. This IDC Technology Spotlight takes a deeper look at how OSS has evolved, how industry receptiveness has grown, and how progressive organizations are ensuring the OSS they use is well maintained, current, safe, and secure.
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