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Sun sets it sights on schools

Sun Microsystems is after the UK education market with its alternatives to Microsoft's Windows and Office software. "Sun champions best practice in education through technologies that give students a learning advantage and education leaders a budget advantage," said Scott McNealy, Sun CEO, at the company's Madrid conference. Sun is also promoting a global Education Learning Community to create a set of standards connecting nations and academic institutions. The company hopes it can be used to share resources and for work on collaborative projects.


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