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Province of Ontario moving students to StarOffice
Sun Microsystems scored a big sales win Monday, landing Canada's elementary and secondary schools as its latest customers for the open source-based StarOffice 7 office productivity suite. The Ontario Ministry of Education acquired StarOffice licenses for all the province's 72 public and Catholic school boards, making it potentially the largest StarOffice 7 delivery in North America. As a result, about 2.5 million students eventually will have access to one of the leading alternatives to Microsoft Office.
|Isn't it ironic?
||Jun 7, 2004 7:01 PM
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