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Hanging out with Microsoft



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July 12, 2006 10:26 am

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Novell is at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference this week in Boston this week. Why, you ask? e-Security, acquired by Novell in April of this year, was a long-time Microsoft partner. We are continuing that relationship and will be talking about Sentinel, Novell Identity Manager and Novell ZENworks with other Microsoft partners all week! So far, we’ve gotten some great feedback on our attendance. So while the name e-Security may be phased out, the great product — now known as Sentinel from Novell — is still getting rave reviews. Check out this article from Federal Computer Week. “Although Sentinel does have a big role to play in the compliance space, it has an even bigger role in tracking the security on your network and providing a detailed, auditable listing of events, in real time and during long periods of time. Once its operating, youre unlikely to have your security policy violated without your knowledge.”

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  1. By:modicr

    Hello!

    So, what don’t you sit together and finally
    write Novell Client for XP/2003 x64? ;)

    Thanks, Roman

  2. By:Phil Walsh

    Ebony and Ivory, Living in perfect harmony….

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