Saving money with open source, Part 2, Tap into the power of OpenOffice

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Martin Brown

Date archived: May 16, 2019 | First published: September 01, 2009

In today's economic climate, everyone is looking for ways to reduce expenses. In the IT sector, one way to cut costs is by turning to open source alternatives instead of using expensive licensed products. In this article, learn about the OpenOffice office productivity software. Explore how it has matured, its limitations, and the implications for making the move to this productivity suite.

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