"Educational institutions will increase spending on open-source
software and services over the next few years, but that doesn't
mean proprietary software will be left in the dark, according to a
new report covering 14 countries.
"Market research company Datamonitor predicts that primary and
secondary schools and universities will spend US$489.9 million on
open-source software by 2012, up from $286.2 million now..."
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