Israel signs new software supply deal with Microsoft after saying it wouldn’t
The Israeli government has finally signed a deal with Microsoft to renew its licensing agreement to give government employees access to the company’s line of software, according to a report from Reuters. The government hasn’t stated how much these new services will cost.
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