You support Macs. Linux isn't that hard a port...
I am looking at this product as a solution. The lack of a native Linux client is a huge negative. And the lack of any interest in developing one even more so. Just saying.
Hey Colin, I'm a Linux fan myself. You can use the Specialist software on Linux by using Wine -- it works great. At this time, there aren't any plans for a Linux native specialist, but the Wine option lets you get the job done. Hope that helps.
Colin Bowen commented
Microsoft's malware-like attempts to get people to upgrade to Win10 have put me off Windows. I'm converting my Windows 10 tablet to either a Chromebook or Linux. I suspect Windows will lose market share, with techs leading the way. A Linux client will be required in due course, IMO.