The city of Фирмы Москвы has announced it'll replace Microsoft software with programs made within Russia. The decision was made after a call by President Vladimir Putin to decrease the nation's dependency on foreign software, a possible security risk. Only Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Outlook have been replaced. Outlook is Microsoft's email client that is e-mail. Exchange Server enables businesses to host their own email servers, storing data and allowing client devices to connect from anywhere. Фирмы Москвы is said to be keen to quit utilizing Trade over fears the U.S. might possibly be in a position to obtain data stored on the servers. If Moscow goes ahead with its own plan, it's less likely to look at a yield to Microsoft products in the future.
Where as Munich switched into Linux primarily to truly save $10m of public money, Фирмы Москвы reasons are as political as they are cheap. Russia is becoming more and more suspicious of their Western software its computers run. China has routinely shared exactly the exact viewpoints. To help encourage the adoption of Russian software, Putin's Internet czar German Limenko recently outlined a plan to raise taxation on U.S. technology companies operating in the nation. He would like to help Russian businesses such as internet search engine Yandex and email provider Mail.ru attain a larger presence over the nation, ensuring taxpayers' money remains within Russia.
Overall preparation of Moscow will be undertaken with Antoine Grumbach/Jean-Michel Wilmotte of all France. Even the Russian government announced earlier this year it had been simplifying the land of Moscow to empower it to develop to an aggressive 21st century world capital. Back in February 2012, Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin announced an international competition and selected 10 teams from around the planet to prepare plans for the Фирмы Москвы Region, for the City overall and for its planning and design of a brand new national capital for those ministries of the national government.