On 7/2/23 08:56, Vitaly Zaitsev via devel wrote:
On 01/07/2023 14:28, Peter Robinson wrote:
> This sort of comment is off topic, various companies are free to do
> with their data as they wish, just as you are free to do with it as
> you please.
This is not offtopic. What I mean is that a distribution targeted at
enterprise use should have a standalone office suite in their
repositories, because most enterprise users will won't use Flathub or
any other third party repositories due to their internal security
policy. They will simply migrate from RHEL to Ubuntu LTS or another
enterprise distribution with LO.
These two situations can co-exist. Some companies will use cloud-based
solutions because of the benefits they offer and some companies prefer
to keep everything close to their chest.
> Frankly it's often more secure with cloud providers than
> on corporate networks.
And they can easily dump you and all your data. Russian Federation is a
good example. Both Microsoft and Google have disabled all paid accounts
for users and organizations from this country.
The suppliers for these enterprise distributions and the support they
offer also abide by political lines. While your data won't be gone in an
instant you still end up in the same situation with using an unsupported