May 2007
UNIX Update;May2007, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that Novell has introduced SUSE Linux Enterprise Thin Client. The solution consists of SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop and an image-creation tool kit that channel partners will use to provided a finished thin-client solution to customers. The thin client simplifies desktop management tasks such as applications on the server, while increasing security with central storage of sensitive data. It also combines the cost advantages of Linux with the innovative capabilities unique to SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop.


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