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Going Novell in Norway


June 23, 2006 10:21 am





Novell’s had a nice win with the Municipality of Baerum, one of Norway’s largest local government districts, which is tapping a full range of Novell’s products to deliver a better computing environment across its school system. Novell, the municipality, and local Novell partner Umoe IKT AS sat down last year to develop this solution – which involves the full range of Novell’s Linux, identity and resource management offerings. Piloted initially in five schools, it’s now being rolled out to all 40 schools in the municipality. Students will be able to tap Linux on the desktop, and administrators will secure and manage the system using Novell technology. This was big news in Norway, scoring a hit in the leading Norwegian daily and several TV blurbs. The public sector continues to be a driving force for Linux adoption.

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