As enterprise use of open source software approaches 100%, it's becoming more imperative than ever for businesses to determine what open source software is being used, establish open source policies, and ensure open source license compliance. Litigation, loss of revenue, and compromised bargaining position are some of the risks associated with lack of open source license compliance. As a result, open source audits are becoming common requirements in a wide variety of scenarios, including mergers and acquisitions, financing, and distribution deals.
On Wednesday, November 10 we're hosting a free webinar in which we'll discuss why open source audits are necessary and what they entail. Attendees will learn about available audit methods, the issues that can arise as a result of audits, and how to leverage the resulting audit report.
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