97 per cent of UK businesses use open source software and 65 per cent contribute, research

John Leonard
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97 per cent of UK businesses use open source software and 65 per cent contribute, research
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97 per cent of UK businesses use open source software and 65 per cent contribute, research

Research by OpenUK finds that cost savings are the primary driver, but improving skills and collaboration are more important in some sectors

Research among 273 businesses by OpenUK found that 97 per cent were using open source software with 65 per cent also contributing to open source projects. The not-for-profit asked businesses in the...

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