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When scanning your software for open source software, it is important to set and understand your objectives. Your objectives may effect how you approach the task of finding the various open source software components and licenses, what the final reports will look like, and what you ultimately do with the information.
Open source management is increasingly becoming an important component of today's IT discussions, as companies are using open source software more widely in their IT infrastructure; So much so that Gartner expects open source to make up 30% of enterprise IT portfolios in 2012.
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