Remote desktop vs. remote display
Posted Feb 18, 2013 19:01 UTC (Mon) by dskoll
In reply to: Remote desktop vs. remote display
Parent article: LCA: The ways of Wayland
Nope, I've said that it's not really feasible to just run Linux desktops as a straightforward replacement for Windows. It always requires planning and competent personnel.
Look. I have proven that not only is it feasible to run Linux desktops instead of Windows, it's also cheaper and more efficient. Granted, we started with Linux so we didn't have migration costs.
And if you plan on running a business without planning and competent personnel then you should not be in business.
The only thing that matters is the marketshare. And it's been stagnant for many years now. That speaks louder than any words.
That speaks to fear. It speaks to monopoly market share. And most of all, it speaks to legions of Cyberaxian "consultants" who spread FUD and live on the fat profits they get from foisting commercial crappy software on their clients. The entire Windows IT ecosystem is a giant scam that fattens consultants and Microsoft at the expense of end-users and small businesses.
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