ComputerWeekly: Sun Takes StarOffice to Hungary
May 06, 2004, 11:30 (4 Talkback[s])
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"Sun Microsystems began targeting the new European Union states
in central and eastern Europe this week, by signing a no-charge
education licensing programme with the Hungarian government that
will make its StarOffice 7 productivity suite available to 5,500
schools and 67 higher educational institutions in the country.
"'Sun is positioning itself to make a StarOffice play in new
Europe,' said James Governor, an analyst with RedMonk. 'It's
looking for a disruptive market force...'"