Linux to star at Novell conference

Connor, Deni
March 2004
Network World;3/8/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that Novell is set to announce at its BrainShare customer conference a variety of products designed to flesh out its Linux strategy. Previous acquisition of Linux desktop vendors Ximian and SuSE; Integration of Novell's ZENworks management suite and Ximian's Red Carpet Enterprise; Future unified collaboration package that includes GroupWise, iFolder, and Messenger; Upgrade to Nterprise Linux services for small and midsize businesses.


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