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+ - UK schools warned not to use Office 2007

Submitted by daveewart
daveewart (66895) writes "BBC News reports that BECTA (British Educational Communications and Technology Agency) has published advice warning UK schools not to consider Microsoft's software subscription models, nor to buy/license Office 2007 "until it has proved to be compatible" (meaning that it supports ODF). BECTA has reported Microsoft to the Office of Fair Trading for its failure to provide fair licensing models to UK schools and its use of anti-competitive behaviour."
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UK schools warned not to use Office 2007

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