"In 2003, John Hansknecht, the director of technology at the
University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy, had a tough
decision to make. The school had about a hundred older computers
running Microsoft Office 97 and Windows NT, and some kind of
upgrade was clearly required. It would have been an easy decision
to simply upgrade to Microsoft Office 2000, but that would have
required replacing all the computers with more powerful systems--a
large expenditure which could be better spent on other technology
needs. Hansknecht had a better idea: OpenOffice.org..."
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