Officesoftware

Ed Dahlmer and Lori Hrdy will present on this subject

Groove Networks was located about 7 yards from my office when I worked in Research! I remember them "closing" in 2005- getting bought out by Microsoft.

Let's try to cite 80% use 20% because I'm not sold on that!
Open office has two things going for it.

1. It is open source which means:

a. Easier to find problems/bugs/viruses

b. It has more respect amongst the hackers so it is more likely to be left alone

c. It doesn’t have the user base to be “worth” attacking.

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