Re: OT: Is SSD worth the price?
- Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2018 09:12:12 -0400
- From: Wolf K <wolfmac@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: OT: Is SSD worth the price?
On 2018-04-19 05:00, T wrote:
And on the medical side, HIPAA compliance will fine the
crap out of you for catching ransomware, which is
a Windows thing and there are ZERO HIPAA packages
that I know out there for Linux. Windows
again is the WORST choice.
This and the POS software examples I think show why Linux will remain a
niche OS in the small business, professional, and enterprise markets.
There's just not enough money invested in developing Linux applications
for those markets. Devs have to eat, most have families with all that
that implies, etc. Windows and OS-X have the advantage of large small
user bases that are willing to pay for improvements and enhancements to
existing software, but see no reason for switching to alternatives just
to run on a more secure OS. Not that Linux could not compete on its
merits, but merits aren't enough.
Linux competes well in network markets, in large part I think because
historically it was deployed there first. I recall a comment on a Linux
forum some years ago that dissed the attempts to make Linux single-user
friendly. Linux, it claimed, was not a desktop OS and was never intended
to be. But that's another topic.
"The next conference for the time travel design team will be held two
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