Irish City Adopts Open Source Business Server

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http://www.thevarguy.com – The city of Limerick, Ireland, is known for a lot of things: the infamous “broken treaty” of 1691, Gaelic sports and the eponymous form of poetry. Now, the town is also aspiring to become a model for deploying open source in government. It completed the latest move in that process this week with the adoption of the Zentyal Small Business Server and Zarafa groupware suite. Limerick is hardly the first local administration in Europe to consider moving to open source software solutions. Plenty of other municipalities and larger government organizations have made similar migrations. Th (IT news)