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Late scores: Germany 1 Microsoft 0

The city of Munich decided to review what should be done about upgrading the municipality's computing infrastructure - and specifically the software running on its 14,000 PCs. A thorough examination by consultants UnilogIntegrata AG recommended that the city could save money and increase security by switching from Microsoft to open source software - ie systems based on the Linux operating system and OpenOffice applications.

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Bots Of A Feather Fl3638d ago

Microsoft are Flopping all over the world it seems

NBA09TheInsideFlop3638d ago

14k what a joke. my city just upgraded with ms and they have 60k pc's. i feel sorry for their infotech department having to support open source. report story as lame.

heyheyhey3637d ago

damn your unnecessarily butthurt over a network in Germany not using software made by your one true love...

pp3638d ago

Germany is pathetic country.

robotnik3637d ago

and you are a pathethic kid that will never touch a girl. Well, your mother only.

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Gun_Senshi3637d ago

Basic rule of Networking. LINUX FTW

Narutone663637d ago

security and stability is of utmost importance. It's open source and free.

Pain3637d ago

didn't japan do the same many months ago?

so technically 2 - 0

Tomdc3637d ago (Edited 3637d ago )

Kingme speaks sense =P

I like sense! Bubbles!

EDIT: replyed to wrong post...

Kingme is below

Xelai3637d ago

They spent more money in the analysis and the consultants than what they could save. Politics.

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