Debian gets used in many places where the way the distribution gets put together matters much less than whether it just works. In this talk, Keith Edmunds discusses Debian's perception in the wider business world, and why Debian needs to be mindful of both t-shirts and icebergs.
Keith Edmunds has been working in the IT sector since 1980, and first installed Linux from floppy images downloaded at 19K2 baud in 1991. His life improved considerably in 2002 when he discovered both Debian and Broadband.
Tiger Computing has been providing Linux support and consultancy services to businesses since 2002. It offers its clients secure, reliable systems, backed by the finest technical expertise.