Open source: an educated decision

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Canonical

on 20 May 2011

In this white paper, we de-bunk the myths that proprietary companies have built up to discredit open-source technology, explaining how it can help schools, colleges and universities reduce costs, improve IT performance, and prepare students more effectively for the world of work.

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