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InterVideo buy may herald Corel’s HD video success

Corel Corp.'s purchase of a high-profile U.S.-based video editing software firm may pay off in spades for the Canadian graphics software vendor, an analyst says.

Ontario Ministry of Education licenses StarOffice 7

Ontario's Ministry of Education is bringing an open source-based office productivity suite into classrooms around the province after inking a deal with Sun Microsystems of Canada Inc. for its Star Office 7.

Beyond e-mail: Alberta Cancer Board engineers an overhaul

It was a huge decision when the Alberta Cancer Board (ACB) decided to implement Microsoft Corp.'s Office System 2003 as a way to improve communication and collaboration across its multiple locations in Edmonton.

Corel trims headcount to reflect sales

Canadian software company Corel Corp. is cutting nine per cent of its staff, or 66 people, to reflect its expected revenue performance, it said recently.

Microsoft plans SMB version of Office

When Microsoft Corp. releases in June the next update of its Microsoft Office suite, a version tailored for small and medium businesses (SMBs) will be included in the product line, according to Microsoft.

Group to push Linux for desktop computing

The widespread use of Linux on the desktop hasn't caught on so far. But don't count it out quite yet: A new group, the Linux Desktop Consortium, is being formed by a growing number of Linux and application vendors to promote the use of the open-source operating system on corporate and home desktops.

Sun to release Java toolkit for StarOffice

Sun Microsystems Inc. will release a software development kit in the middle of next year that will allow businesses to customize applications in its open source StarOffice productivity suite to better suit their needs, an executive for the company said Wednesday.

First the German elections, then OpenOffice

German government IT consultants expect a surge in demand for open-source office application software from parliamentarians after national elections in September, said Fredo Sartori, an IT consultant working for the Bundestag, the lower house of German parliament.

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