My company just adopted Spark - but with a memory footprint of 45 meg it''s larger than most business applications we run! Sheesh - Photoshop only takes 58 meg. It''s making people uninstall it as fast as people install it. It''s a nice clean interface - but at 45 meg it''s really not viable for it''s value to the company (unless our company was all about employees chatting to one another). One manager said - "just run it when you want to chat." Duh! If everyone did that then no one will ever be on-line but the lone person who needs to chat! So should we call each other on the phone to say we want to chat? Arghhhh!
What gives - how can this be taken seriously?