TDF Urges Enterprise Customers to Upgrade to LibreOffice 7.2

TDF Urges Enterprise Customers to Upgrade to LibreOffice 7.2-01

LibreOffice 7.2, a free and open-source alternative to Microsoft Office, has been published by the Document Foundation (TDF).

TDF published LibreOffice 7.1 six months ago, with a message asking enterprise customers to upgrade from the free Community edition to the paid-for LibreOffice Enterprise version, which includes more support choices from partners.

TDF, which advertises LibreOffice as “free and open-source software” (FOSS), maintains its position that enterprise organizations should stop free-riding on the community-made version and that LibreOffice can stagnate like OpenOffice, the open-source office productivity series that Oracle has offloaded to The Apache Foundation in 2011.

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