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Linux To Take Over Microsoft In Enterprises

Monday, 18 October 2010

For years, Linux has enjoyed much of its success as a replacement for Unix. Companies turned to Linux to replace Unix servers, or for new deployments within a Unix-heavy environment. Linux is still king there, but it's starting to encroach on Microsoft as well.

Dump Microsoft, Use Linux to Save Money, U.K. Officials Suggest

Friday, 9 July 2010

Bloomberg: U.K. government staff suggested replacing Microsoft Corp. operating systems on computers with free alternatives in response to a call for ideas for Prime Minister David Cameron’s cost-cutting drive.  

IBM endorses Firefox as in-house Web browser

Thursday, 1 July 2010

YAHOO! News: Technology giant IBM wants its workers around the world to use free, open-source Mozilla Firefox as their window into the Internet.

50 Open Source Tools that replace popular Education Apps

Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Datamation: The educational community has discovered open source tools in a big way. Analysts predict that schools will spend up to $489.9 million on support and services for open source software by 2012, and that only includes charges related to operating systems and learning management systems.

UK government backs Open Source

Wednesday, 25 February 2009

BBC: The UK government has said it will accelerate the use of open source software in public services.

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EMC awarded D&B Rating 1

EMC are proud to announce that on 13th July 2010 we were awarded Dun & Bradstreet's Rating 1 status.

Only 15% of businesses in the UK are in receipt of this rating, which reflects companies with the highest level of creditworthiness and the minimum risk of failure.

Highlands Council Chooses Open Source for Latest Web Project

Enterprise Management Consulting chosen to implement and support content management system for the Northern Potential Project.