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June 29, 2009 by

Microsoft, the NHS, licence fees and oddness.

While looking around in the strange and interesting world of Microsoft and the NHS, I found this; a page offering NHS employees in England and Scotland (sorry, Wales and Norn) downloadable MS Office for £9. Which is near as damnit free, even in these straitened times.

July 9, 2007 by

UK health service switches 260,000 users to Outlook

The National Health Service (NHS) plans to ditch its current e-mail system for Microsoft Outlook and Exchange 2007. Cable & Wireless, which in 2004 took over responsibility for the NHSmail messaging system from its rival supplier EDS, announced on Friday that the system would undergo a "technology refresh" involving a transition from the existing core platform to Microsoft Exchange 2007.

January 14, 2005 by

Rupert Goodwins' Diary

The tinsel has gone, the hangover faded and a new year begun. And Microsoft's being silly - looks like the Diary's starting as it means to go on


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