Triumph and disaster: Two migrations to OpenOffice

It must have seemed a sure thing. With costs for Microsoft Office around $75 per seat per year for public administration, the city of Freiburg in Germany embarked on a migration to OpenOffice.org, figuring it’d save a bundle in license fees. With 2,000 users, the move would amass $150,000 annually. So the city tried.

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