Sun sets it sights on schools

14th May 2004 at 01:00
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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