Webinar on Thursday, August 23 at 12:00 PM EDT features Genuitec's Secure Delivery Center taking control of existing Eclipse installations while adding an App Store for enterprise software management.

Enterprise IT administrators can breathe a little easier by taking charge of existing open source software within their companies while avoiding the challenges of understanding each unique configuration, version used, and security around software projects (not to mention legal issues). With drag-n-drop ease, simple policy questions about open source governance in the enterprise, and the ability to create an App Store of proprietary and sanctioned Eclipse software; for the first time IT managers will gain control of open source as it already exists in the enterprise.

Join us: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/575315314

Here's a teaser of what's to come:

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