"Despite state grants funding migrations to Linux desktops,
several Indiana school districts are sticking with Microsoft's
desktop platform, according to a study in which the software giant
"In the study, the Government Insights unit of research firm IDC
conducted in-depth interviews with five Indiana school districts
that are opting to spend their own funds to continue installing
Microsoft software. The school districts said they were more
comfortable with Microsoft's as a long-term strategy..."
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