My name is Edwin Lee. I am new to the LO marketing group. I run a small IT/web consultancy in Hong
Kong. I am interested in contributing to generating greater awareness of LO.
As I work predominantly with SMEs and non-profits, I am hoping that the saving to remote server
function will eventually include Dropbox. The adoption of Dropbox has been impressive. Many
SMEs/non-profits around the world have gotten rid of their internal file server and replaced that
Personally, I use LibreOffice because I use all three platforms - Windows, Mac and Linux.
I believe there are three main segments (personal/SMEs) that LO targets:
1. Freedom lovers or OSS fans
2. Cost conscious users
3. Power users - such as version control, which does not exist in local MS Office files, unless you
save the document to the cloud on Office 365 or a SharePoint server.
Each segment will require a different marketing approach/message.
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