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On 04/02/2012 15:33, Pedro wrote:

The migration to the Cloud seems quite interesting and fit for a general
discussion list ;)

IBM Docs is a proprietary product based on a completely different code
base, and therefore does not belong to the same "family" of products.

Especially because a cloud version or cloud connected version of LibreOffice
is in TDF's plans?

Again, the product is going to be a different one. IBM Docs is competing
with Google Docs, and they are for the so called "global cloud", which
is something very exciting as a buzzword but very unlikely to take off
as a corporate solution (it would mean that the corporate client give
IBM/Google their documents, as they would be stored on IBM/Google servers).

LibreOffice On Line will address private clouds, which are the ones
going to be deployed by corporations (the server where the application
is running is a private server, which can be accessed by the employees
of the company, and stores safely their documents).

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