Take an open-source approach to office productivity.
You have several software options when you need to create a document or build a slideshow. We help you figure out which one best fits your needs.
OpenOffice 2, the freeware version of Sun Microsystems StarOffice 8, is a great deal for home and small-businesses users who don't mind browsing online forums for tech support. But enterprise users are better served by StarOffice 8.
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Newest release of open source suite comes as LibreOffice now claims 80 million active users around the world.
Dropbox is set to open an office in Australia as the company announces new services for the local market, including file sharing and collaboration for business customers.
Oracle cedes control of the OpenOffice.org code base to the Apache Software Foundation Incubator project.
Creating office space for engineers from all of its recent acquisitions, the Web giant is said to be leasing a 35,000-square-foot building in the city's Mission neighborhood.
OpenOffice.org fans strike out on their own with the Document Foundation and LibreOffice--without Oracle's backing.
ZeniMax Australia will oversee local sales, marketing and distribution for gaming titles from the publisher.
The answer shouldn't always be "Make it a choice!" Good design is often (indeed is usually) about constraining choice rather than expanding it.
Microsoft, not content with 95 percent of the office productivity market, appears to want to take an additional few percentage points from OpenOffice.