In the Kremlin assured that the total replacement of imported software domestic government agencies, not planned
The Kremlin has denied reports about the allegedly forthcoming in the near future total replacement software from Microsoft computers of Russian state structures in the domestic counterparts.
“It is impossible”, – said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov, answering the question of whether the will be fully replaced by foreign software. “It’s possible, if domestic producers “give birth to” something better, it’s a question of efficiency,” – said a Kremlin spokesman, quoted by TASS.
Peskov said that “in General, the work on creation of the Russian software is done.” “But it is understood that the use of domestic software may where not reduced performance, its effectiveness, where he advanced to an adequate extent where it is comparable with foreign analogues,” he explained.
Previously, the American broadcaster NBC , citing a source in the intelligence services of the United States said that in the near future the computers of Russian state structures will be spared from the production of Microsoft and other Western developers.
It was noted that the idea of Russia decided to implement safety reasons. Meanwhile, Microsoft said that their program is not for someone not a spy. Official representative MS Dominique Carr has said that authorities can check and make sure it’s safe. He assured that the company is working hard on improving the level of protection of personal data of its customers.