Despite the advantages, leaving open source software unsupervised can lead to many problems. The solution: enabling the standardisation of code and components, however, this can be difficult. This paper highlights five steps for enabling standardisation and thus maximising productivity. In driving standardisation, businesses can reap the rewards through increased productivity, reduced maintenance and support costs, decreased risk and to better share knowledge and information across the organisation
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