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IBM Helps Venezuela in Migration to OSS



By: coolguys

March 2, 2006 12:00 am

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Venezuela has enlisted the help of IBM to assist in the migration to open source software. This is just one of the many worldwide government agencies who are making similar upgrades in their departments.

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“The Venezuelan government has authorized IBM (NYSE: IBM) to decide which of its open source software (OSS) applications are suitable for pilot programs as part of the country’s full-scale migration of public entities to open source, the state-run national IT center CNTI said in a statement.”

Read the entire article here.

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