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What role, if any, did science minister David Willetts take in helping Microsoft try to overturn government IT policy?
Read this book from the beginning One of the two articles of faith that Eric Kriss and Peter Quinn embraced in drafting their evolving Enterprise Technical Reference Model (ETRM) was this: product
My last post - Why Johnny Can't Format [a book] attracted enough attention (over 900 reads so far, plus many comments, tweets, and other social media pass-along) that I thought those th
One of the big frustrations of writing a book is that while Microsoft Word can be used for creating and formatting a book, it's a real pain in the neck for ordinary mortals to use it for that
The rants and raves of Simon Wardley on Evolution, Technology, Economics and Business
Office 2013 will, after years, finally fully support Open Document Format, Adobe's PDF, and, oh yes, Microsoft's own Open XML document standard.
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Governments should choose the Open Document Format (ODF) as the default option for all editable government documents, says OpenForum Europe, an organisation advocating the use of open standards in ICT. "ODF has clear superiority in terms of independence from proprietary influence or dependency on proprietary technology.
IT authorities want to improve LibreOffice and OpenOffice.org by getting better interoperability with OOXML implemented, and they are working with the Open Source Business Alliance to make it happen