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+ - Swiss Region Solothurn stops Migration to Linux

An anonymous reader writes: The swiss canton Solothurn has put a stop to their ongoing migration to Linux. The project started in 2001, and has been under harsh public criticism evver since. The responsible CIO resigned this summer. Solothurn plans to convert all desktop Computers to Windows 7 in 2011. http://www.heise.de/open/artikel/Die-Woche-Bruchlandung-fuer-den-Pinguin-1080686.html (Artikel in German).
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Swiss Region Solothurn stops Migration to Linux

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