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The price and progress of LibreOffice


April 19, 2011 2:06 pm





We continue to believe that participating with a wide range of volunteers and vendors, in truly open development projects, ultimately gives the best result for our customers and the community. Which is why Novell joined The Document Foundation and its development of LibreOffice back in September.

Today, LibreOffice from Novell features updated pricing and peace of mind for customers requiring support for their office productivity alternatives on Windows and Linux. The updated pricing includes three years of Novell support, bug fix and upgrades in two new multi-device subscriptions options: $7,000 for 50-devices and $110,000 for 1,500-devices.

We continue to work with our partners and the developer community on the next release of LibreOffice: 3.4 which is on schedule. Check out the latest developments with LibreOffice here.

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