Computerworld has an article out today about Firefox in the enterprise that contains some quotes from me. There’s also some slashdot discussion, but most of that seems to be from people who don’t really understand enterprise requirements.
Unfortunately I didn’t respond quickly enough to the request for information, so my stuff is kind of tacked on to the end. Here’s the key message I wanted to get across (which wasn’t in the article):
The main thing we think has changed at this point is that we (IBM) are working with the Mozilla Community to try to get the community more interested in the enterprise things. In particular, we (the community, as well as IBM) want to help enterprises with customization and deployment of Firefox, as well as work to figure out what can make Firefox better for the enterprise.
I agree with the overall article though. More needs to be done to make Firefox enterprise ready. Hopefully anyone who wants to help with that effort will participate using the various avenues we have created.