Während das Bundesinnenministerium in der Verwaltungs-IT auf offene Standards und Vielfalt setzt, will Hessen einen Sonderweg gehen. Für ihr "Proof of Concept" hat das Bundesland den Software-Konzern Microsoft mit ins Boot geholt. Der "Hessen"-PC soll Arbeitszeit und damit Kosten reduzieren. …mehr
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Version 2009 des Navision-Nachfolgers soll vor allem mit der neuen Oberfläche glänzen. …mehr
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