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Hi all,

Here's hypothetical for you, I don't have direct contact with our desktop
team but I do have some sway in decision making.

Let's say we are a company with around 1000 Windows desktops, we currently
use Microsoft Office 365 and generally are happy with it, however license
costs are relatively expensive and we have a concern over our data
portability and so we are looking at alternatives. We would not migrate
away from Windows as this would cause excessive work for little benefit.

We use Outlook for mail, calendaring and contacts which are essential for
us, we could for the most part substitute Word for Writer, Excel for Calc
and Impress for Powerpoint. However we also use Teams internally for
communication, meetings and document storage. Also One Note is used for
quick individual note keeping. Microsoft Project is used by a small subset
of colleagues.

How would the marketing team advocate the migration should proceed if we
decided to head in this way? What would be the suggestions for the missing
applications such as Outlook, Teams and One Note and a means to integrate
these together in a coherent method?

I think this is a semi realistic scenario and the type of migrations that
people would be considering, so how would the marketing team 'sell'
LibreOffice in this context?

Kind regards

On Thu, Dec 30, 2021 at 12:56 PM Ravi Dwivedi <> wrote:

On 30/12/21 4:52 pm, Italo Vignoli wrote:
 > You are completely off-topic, messages on this mailing list must be
 > strictly related to LibreOffice marketing.

I agree. Apologies for that. In the LibreOffice marketing context, I
would like to say that LibreOffice should not be integrated with Signal,
in my opinion, as I already wrote.

Ravi Dwivedi
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