Tuesday, 10 November 2015

[TechRepublic] The UK government embraces open source with the help of LibreOffice

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The UK government embraces open source with the help of LibreOffice

The UK government is looking to embrace open source via a government-centric fork of LibreOffice. Jack Wallen ponders why this is important and how it can succeed.

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