Remote desktop vs. remote display
Posted Feb 16, 2013 15:39 UTC (Sat) by dskoll
In reply to: Remote desktop vs. remote display
Parent article: LCA: The ways of Wayland
With ActiveDomain membership, centralized backup, etc.?
I don't know what "ActiveDomain membership" is, but of course we have
centralized backup. Actually, everyone's home directories are NFS-mounted
so there's very little to back up on each individual machine. The machines
are pretty much generic and interchangable; any staff member can go to
any machine and immediately have his or her usual desktop and files available.
And given that Windows+Office is pretty cheap - there's simply no business case for small-to-midsize companies.
That's total bullshit. My 10-person company has saved between $50K and $100K in software licenses over the last 10 years, not to mention not having to worry about most malware. You really have no idea what you're talking about.
Linux might be OK for you on desktop, but it certainly is not significantly better than Windows.
That's your opinion. It's my opinion that it's much better and it's an undisputed fact that it's much cheaper.
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