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Italian Ministry of Economics and Finance Uses Linux for Mission-Critical Apps (Dec 18, 2007)

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ComputerWeekly: Open-Source GPL Licence Draft Out This Week (Jan 09, 2006)

ComputerWeekly: Mozilla Issues Security Advisory for Firefox 1.5 (Dec 13, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: Novell Wins £22m NHS Contract (Dec 02, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: Microsoft Develops ID Platform with Open-Source Rivals (Sep 22, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: Europe Gears Up to Crucial Software Patent Vote (Jul 05, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: eBay Makes Open Source Bid for New Apps (Jun 21, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: Oracle Brings in Open Source Development Community (Apr 16, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: Spanish Supermarket Giant Chooses Red Hat Linux (Apr 14, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: Firefox Steals Market Share from Microsoft (Mar 30, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: Open-Source Group Opens its Doors to Users (Mar 03, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: Oracle Wraps Top-Notch Security Around Linux (Feb 22, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: Sun Distributes StarOffice 8 Beta and Java Desktop 3 (Feb 18, 2005)

ComputerWeekly: 64-bit Linux Powers Drug Research at Cambridge (Jul 20, 2004)

ComputerWeekly: Surge in the Number of Linux Jobs Drives a Rising Demand for Skills (Jun 21, 2004)