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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

StarOffice free for education

I just read that Sun Microsystems has made StarOffice available for free for students and teachers. This is a potentially good move for Sun, but won't have much affect if they don't combine this with a good marketing push.


  • Yeah this is great!

    I checked out their licensing scheme about two weeks a go to get some information about educational licenses.

    If I remember correctly, back then they wanted an educational institution to buy one license (80 euros) after which the institutions where to free to spread it around school (employees and students).

    That was already a great bargain! But this is just great!

    By Blogger Dennis Laumen, at 08:03  

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