Despite its cost and surfeit of features, Microsoft Office retains a clear lead in enterprise productivity software.
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Intel has become a major backer of the LibreOffice open-source productivity suite, joining the advisory board of the The Document Foundation and distributing the Microsoft Office alternative.Just a few days after The Document Foundation (TDF) released LibreOffice 3.
The Document Foundation has pushed out a finalised release of LibreOffice 3.4, the first version of the open-source productivity suite that it claims is enterprise-ready.
LibreOffice 3.3, the fork of OpenOffice, has been released for download and promises additional features and cleaner code than its Oracle-backed counterpart
The Document Foundation has pushed out the first release candidate of LibreOffice, its Oracle-free fork of OpenOffice.LibreOffice RC1, which became available for download on Sunday, is the near-final release of the open-source productivity suite.
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