7 tips for getting management on board with open source

12/9/2009 | ITWorld.com

Many supervisors are resistant to the notion of adopting free open-source software, writes Esther Schindler. But when pitching a software change to management, it may not be necessary to mention that the program is open source, she notes. If you must say where the program came from, sell the change slowly, put together a presentation the way vendors do and emphasize that the software is free, Schindler writes.

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