Hungarian govt offers package of open-source software to promote digital services

Wednesday 27 January 2021 | 10:58 CET | News
Hungary's Deputy Minister of Innovation and Technology (ITM) Schanda Tamas announced the launch of the 'Digital welfare' basic software package. The free package is designed to help Hungarians access digital services in everyday life, work and study. It's also expected to accelerate the spread of open source software as a real alternative to closed, paid programmes. 

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Categories: IT
Countries: Hungary
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