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Moscow gives Microsoft Outlook the cold shoulder

Bloomberg reports that Moscow city has undertook to replace Microsoft’s backend software with free alternatives, in response to President Vladimir Putin’s call for Russia’s authorities to reduce dependence on foreign technology and presumably to manage budgetary constraints. Moscow city will replace Microsoft’s Exchange Server and Outlook on 6,000 computers with an e-mail system by state
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