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Keith Shaw talks with Wendy Steinle from Novell about the new batch of wikis, blogs, and other collaborative software that aims to help companies become more productive and deliver value.
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Submitted by: GroupLink1 on Fri. 05.15.2009
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Vibe Cool Solutions
Topic: Enterprise Desktop, File Management, File Transfer, Novell Storage Services (NSS), OES Migration, Training, User Management
Product: eDirectory, GroupWise, Identity Manager, iFolder, iManager, iPrint, NetWare, Open Enterprise Server, Secure Identity Management, Workgroup
NetWare isn't dead, it's moving to Linux! It's called Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 and runs on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
Now is the time to Move IT and upgrade customers to Open Enterprise Server 2 and they want to be sure it will be a success! Do you know how to help them make that happen?
Submitted by: dclower on Mon. 04.20.2009
Filed Under: End-User Computing
Topic: Alternatives to Windows, Best Practices, Clustering, Deployment, Migration, NetWare, Novell Storage Services (NSS), Partners, Printing, Tips for Administrators, Upgrading to OES, Virtualization, White Papers, Why Novell is Cool, Workgroup
Product: NetWare, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise, Workgroup
Before starting I must state that this article is conceptual rather than a technical document. Having worked on a number of clustering and virtualisation projects I often hear people say “now we have high availability for our virtual machines we no longer need Novell clustering”. I would disagree...