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On 4/17/12 6:01 AM, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
Most government agencies [USA] at all
levels are not "allowed" to use any other office package but MSO AND are
forbidden to install software on their computers, including
screen-savers and such.

It can be misleading to say something like this (yes, it's true) without also saying *why* these policies are in place.

To keep the explanation simple, it's the ability to support the hardware and software out there, and ensure security of the system as a whole, and do so with diminishing resources.

Been there, done that.  :-)


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