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How to Make the Case to Management: Paying for Open Source

A Red Hat subscription gives you access to enterprise-ready open source innovations to help you along your digital transformation. However, your management might ask, "Why are we paying for open source?"

Watch this session from Red Hat Summit, Daniel Pacek and Lauren Stranch, Red Hat, discuss how to effectively make the case for your Red Hat subscription so your management and procurement teams understand the value of their investment - including access to the latest technologies, expert knowledge, continuous security, and participation in the open source community.
Recorded Jun 25 2019 35 mins
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Dan Pacek, Competitive Intelligence/Market Analyst, Red Hat and Lauren Stranch, Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
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