Wednesday, 14 July 2010

UK government workers say dump Microsoft for open source

USE OPEN SOURCE is UK government officials' answer to Prime Minister David Cameron's request for ideas to cut expenses, suggesting that the civil service stop buying Microsoft software in favour of free alternatives.
Last month Cameron asked more than a half million UK government workers for cost-cutting suggestions to help trim Britain's looming fiscal deficit. Over 56,000 ideas were submitted and Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne published a sample of them on Friday 9 July.

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