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Oracle out, Microsoft in for state e-mail project

Wisconsin is scrapping an Oracle-based e-mail installation and trying to recover $2.1 million in licenses and consulting fees, based on a pilot program that lasted for at least six months and seemed to be going well until insurmountable technical difficulties cropped up.

State CIO Matt Miszewski and Department of Administration Secretary Steve Bablitch said in a letter to state agency hea......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 02/27/06


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