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Massachusetts government officials on Thursday unveiled plans to phase out Microsoft Office in favor of office productivity suites that support an open-document format from the OASIS standards body, according to a statement from the commonwealth....
The Massachusetts Attorney General's office has filed suit against a Florida man suspected of sending spam e-mail to thousands of consumers, in what's considered to be the first claim brought by a state under the...
Once again this week Microsoft has settled another class action lawsuit. This time in Massachusetts. Where Microsoft has agreed to pay more than $1.5 billion. Microsoft Corp. will offer...
Massachusetts' yearly technology budget of $80 million does not make it a top tier software buyer. But analysts say the state's decision to favor open source technology may be a signpost that has major...