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5 Ways to Solve the Open Source Industry's Biggest Problems

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    Overcoming Open Source Adoption Challenges

    Click through for five challenges preventing enterprise IT from shifting to open source and tips for tackling them to keep the future of open source heading in the right direction, as identified by Travis Oliphant, CEO and founder of Continuum Analytics.

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5 Ways to Solve the Open Source Industry's Biggest Problems

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    Overcoming Open Source Adoption Challenges

    Click through for five challenges preventing enterprise IT from shifting to open source and tips for tackling them to keep the future of open source heading in the right direction, as identified by Travis Oliphant, CEO and founder of Continuum Analytics.

Over the last decade, open source software and its audience of end users have greatly matured. Once only used by a small subset of tech-savvy early adopters, the convenience, effectiveness and cost savings of open source solutions are now driving enterprise IT to explore more ways to take advantage of the power of open source in their daily business operations.

In today's economy, enterprise IT has less to gain from developing and licensing software and more to gain from actively working with existing open source technology. However, the march toward open source still faces major obstacles before it becomes mainstream. In this slideshow, Travis Oliphant, CEO and founder of Continuum Analytics, outlines five challenges preventing enterprise IT from shifting to open source and tips for tackling them to keep the future of open source heading in the right direction. The road may be winding, but it will eventually lead companies to open source to help them innovate and as the way of the future.