“Open source code office software is used by 43 per cent of enterprises. It is used by 49 per cent of enterprises in the smallest size category and by 23 per cent of those in the largest size category.
An open source code operating system is also quite general and it is used by 28 per cent of enterprises. It is used more commonly in large enterprises with at least 100 employees (41%) than in enterprises of smaller size categories, where its prevalence varies from 26 to 30 per cent. Examined by economic activity, its use is clearly most common in information and communication (58%).”
Use of open source code software in spring 2011, share of enterprises with at least ten employees.
If 43% use FLOSS office software, the proportion using GNU/Linux desktops could be pretty high. I have asked for a breakdown on that, if they have it. They plan an update next month. By comparison, NetApplications shows 3% for GNU/Linux in Finland. I don’t think that’s the case. I ask you, if 67% use a FLOSS browser, 43% use a FLOSS office application, wouldn’t somewhere around 36% use both and not have much use for that other OS? I would guess 18% use GNU/Linux.