Will the public sector ever be an open house?

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Cabinet Office's aim of increasing adoption of open source software faces hurdles, reports Doug Woodburn

Open source suppliers remain sceptical over government plans to ditch expensive, proprietary software and finally embrace the penguin. The minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, vowed in March...

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