10 reasons to migrate

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on 11 February 2011

Tags: Migration

The computing world is extremely polarised when it comes to proprietary vs. open source, and a million industry voices tell a million different stories. Even so, there are still very real differences between the two philosophies and technologies. This white paper focuses on just a few of them, giving you 10 great reasons to migrate your desktops to Ubuntu Desktop Edition or install it alongside your existing OS.

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