Silicon.com: Mozilla CEO: 'Why We're Still Shunned in the Enterprise'
May 24, 2006, 21:00 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Sylvia Carr)
"Mozilla, maker of the open source Firefox web browser and
Thunderbird email client, says a reliance on proprietary
technologies is still an obstacle for IT directors looking to
deploy open source in the enterprise.
"Mozilla Corporation CEO Mitchell Baker readily admitted to
silicon.com that the enterprise is 'not our sweet spot' but said
the organisation offers an enterprise customisation kit created by
an IBM developer and said it's interested in working with partners
to address the needs of corporate IT..."