First, RedHat has a business product which is more stable than Fedora
deliberately. Second, unless I'm much mistaken RedHat also offers its
business customers phone support for fees. Third, RedHat was the first
distro in Government and business took note of that decision and followed
along with it for its own good reasons. One of which was certification
availability to be sure, and another was head hunting for when business
really had to steal a hot Government sysadmin type property a recruiting
point would be that the systems are much alike on both sides of the fence.
Other distros are moving up in popularity in Government space and these
usually come on liveCD's.
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