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Mozilla: We don't hate enterprise users

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Given suggestions that Mozilla don’t care about enterprise users when it comes to Firefox, the company has set up an ’Enterprise User Working Group‘ to help get Firefox onto business machines.

This seems like a pretty swift about-turn from Mozilla, as only a few weeks ago Asa Dotzler, community coordinator for Firefox marketing, had this to say:

Enterprise has never been (and I’ll argue, shouldn’t be) a focus of ours. Until we run out of people who don’t have sysadmins and enterprise deployment teams looking out for them, I can’t imagine why we’d focus at all on the kinds of environments you care so much about.

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Mozilla

We don't hate you per se, we're just going to adopt a release schedule that guarantees that no Enterprise IT shop will allow any of their users to use it.

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