"Open source software might make it simpler for employees to
download and install an application without first having to check
that it meets with the company's approval and governance policy.
But that freedom also means that application usage in the
enterprise can become something of an untamed, unregulated Wild
"Fortunately, there's a new sheriff in town. A new software as a
service (SaaS) offering from open source software purveyor
OpenLogic is taking aim at the freewheeling usage of open source in
the workplace with OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX) Enterprise Edition--a
solution that provides businesses with an approval and governance
model for adoption..."
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