[Scottish] Help - Need some good arguments

Huard, Elise - D C&W Consultant Elise.Huard at sbs.siemens.co.uk
Mon Feb 9 12:48:07 GMT 2004

Well, a few screen prints and maybe a wee demo ... show them it's as pretty
and user-friendly as microsoft (and looks almost the same, in better).
That's what important for most people. 

> ----------
> From: 	Philip Ward[SMTP:PhilWard at bigfoot.com]
> Reply To: 	SLUG-list
> Sent: 	09 February 2004 12:17
> To: 	scottish at mailman.lug.org.uk
> Subject: 	[Scottish] Help - Need some good arguments
> <<File: ATT29926.txt>>
> Hi Folks, 
> I need your argumentative help. I've built a LInux Terminal Server based
> Cyber Cafe for our Church community project, but a couple of influential
> board of management members have cried "It's not Microsoft, we hate it!" 
> It looks like my work is to be tossed out and a pile of crap put in its
> place. 
> If I get the chance to present to the board of management what sort of
> arguments should I give? 
> I've already got stability, price, no mass-mailing viruses, ease of
> maintenance (one terminal server verses umpteen workstations), oh yes, and
> the fact that they can count me out if they go this route. 
> Any other arguments I could use? 
> Phil. 
This email and any accompanying files are confidential.      If you are
not  the  intended recipient  you  must not use,  copy or disclose the
content.   If you have received this email in error please contact the 
sender by return email and delete this message. 
Thankyou for your co-operation.

More information about the Scottish mailing list