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SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Web Site Tagging



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March 30, 2009 1:31 am

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“Tag” your website with our SLE logo and we’ll send you a T-shirt. You could also end up being the winner of one of three really cool Flip Video Camcorders.

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Balancing Act: Striking the Right Balance So that All Your Endpoints Are Secure

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March 27, 2009 2:57 pm

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To help you strike the optimum balance of protecting your organization’s digital assets while enabling the agility and mobility of your users, Novell ZENworks Endpoint Security Management differentiates itself in two key areas, namely, implementing and managing protection, and providing multiple levels of protection. Find out more…

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GroupWise 8 Feedback…



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March 27, 2009 1:17 pm

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There are a few features in GroupWise 8 that we have received some push back. Let’s talk about them and work together to see if there is common ground or even a better solution!

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Get a Leatherman Pocket Tool!



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March 27, 2009 12:56 pm

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Linux can do a lot. So can a Leatherman pocket tool. The first ten people to submit a video will get a Leatherman and an SLE t-shirt, so get that camera rolling. There are forty more t-shirts for the next forty entries, too. What are you waiting for?

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ZENworks Handheld Management, Figuring out ConsoleOne Snapins

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March 27, 2009 10:50 am

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Recently I was working on a ZENworks for Handhelds (Also known as ZENworks Handheld Management) project, version 7, and ran into some fun situations. The management tools are still ConsoleOne based. I wanted to be able to use the tools that ZEN for Handhelds provides via the ConsoleOne snapins, without necessarily running ConsoleOne just to launch them. Here’s what I did.

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The open source President



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March 27, 2009 8:36 am

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There’s been a lot of discussion lately about President Obama’s interest in open source technology. He’s not alone; many other governments around the world have already mandated open source or, like the European Union, have moved to heavily favor it. Forbes asked Novell CMO John Dragoon to express his view on the debate.

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GroupWise is in our blood



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March 25, 2009 1:10 pm

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Another in-depth interview with a great GroupWise partner.

Want to know more about what the Nexic solutions brings to GroupWise?

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Creating a Dynamic Data Center with Novell Integrated Solutions……



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March 24, 2009 5:43 pm

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I want to create a Dynamic Data Center and move to Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 (Linux). How do I get there? How do I continue leveraging my long-term investment in Novell Software? What solutions are Novell Integrated and begin adding value on day 1 of deployment?

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Migrating from NetWare to OES2 SP1



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March 24, 2009 5:36 pm

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Tips & tricks for using the Novell migration tools and problems you may encounter when migrating from NetWare to OES2 SP1.

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iPrint on SLED 11 x86_64



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March 24, 2009 12:29 pm

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If you’re not familiar with iPrint, it is one of the nicest end-user technologies I think Novell develops. On Linux I find the technology even more appealing…. no rebooting, no restarting applications to use printers, nothing strange like that. With that said iPrint wasn’t developed originally for a 64-bit platform, and wasn’t developed for Linux first. That it works so well just makes me that much more pleased.

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