August 4, 2014

Valencia Schools Save Almost $50 Million with a Linux OS Based on Ubuntu

Representatives from the Valencia Linux School district have announced that they have managed to save €36 million ($48.3 million) by using a Linux distribution instead of proprietary software.

Adopting open source software instead of upgrading existing proprietary software that’s already in use seems to be a very good method to save money, especially if you are part of the government. These kinds of decisions are now made all over the world, but Europe seems to be a little ahead of the curve.

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