Hey look, here's a shocker - Gartner is mumbling nonsense again:
Analyst firm Gartner has said that companies should think carefully before migrating from the Internet Explorer browser to the open-source Firefox browser from Mozilla.
The Gartner report said Firefox's growth, so far, was "unsustainable" as many of the features that had made it popular were primarily aimed at individual users not businesses.
In the US, Firefox now has 5% of the market and is still rising, while Explorer's share is slipping.
I wonder if that explains why Firefox hits on this site have doubled in the last year - because technical business users can't find any useful features in the product? Here's a tip for the woolheads over there at Gartner - try leaving the office and actually seeing what's going on in the sectors you claim to follow. Yes, I know it's easier to collect checks from big companies and write reports that favor them. It's not actually "analysis" though. Heck, I could hire my daughter's 6th grade class to suck up a whole lot more cheaply...