A Bit About Ewen
Ewen co-founded Centralis in 1996. Specialising in added-value software for ZENworks and Novell and Citrix integration, Centralis has been a frequent sponsor of BrainShare in both the US and EMEA, where Ewen and his colleagues Mike Williams and Peter Wilkins have often been found on stand duty. Ewen divides his time between managing major accounts for Centralis, looking after strategic vendor relationships, and writing AppNotes.
The Complete Works of Ewen
09 Mar 2005
Centralis PrintHere: Simple Location-Based Printing for Novell iPrint
Many organisations with iPrint want greater administrative control over their users printing or require a much simpler way of presenting a list of suitable printers to the user. Centralis, specialists in designing added-value solutions for Novell environments since 2001, have developed Centralis PrintHere to meet this customer requirement for simple, location-based printing. Come get the scoops in this Centralis AppNote.
21 Oct 2004
Centralis AXE 3.0: The ZENworks Application Publisher
Centralis AXE imports ZENworks for Desktops snAppShots into a database, creating Application Profiles which can then be edited using the software's powerful processing capabilities. This document examines the features of Centralis AXE 3.0, and the additional benefits they offer to the ZENworks administrator.
08 Jul 2003
Using Centralis AXE 2.0 to Leverage the Power of ZENworks for Desktops 4
Come learn about Centralis AXE , which simplifies and accelerates the process of creating application objects. AXE 2.0 brings a new level of functionality, with updated ZENworks 4 compatibility, template options and improved eDirectory integration.
22 Mar 2002
Centralis Contex Eases AD Administration
Centralis Contex for AD is a third-party tool for network administrators with users in a mixed eDirectory / Active Directory environment. It allows you to manage key user settings from Novell's ConsoleOne and synchronizes these settings with Active Directory.
20 Mar 2002
Why Use Centralis Contex for AD user Administration?
Centralis Contex for AD is a tool for all network administrators supporting users in a mixed eDirectory / Active Directory environment. It allows you to manage key user settings from Novell's ConsoleOne and synchronises these with the user's Active Directory entry.
04 Mar 2002
Using Centralis AXE and ZENworks to Deliver Thin Client Server snAppShots
Many customers wish to take advantage of the flexibility and cost of ownership benefits associated with Thin Client Server solutions, but also want to retain their investment in eDirectory, and to take advantage of the flexibility and functionality of ZENworks. Come see how Centralis lends a hand.
04 Mar 2002
Why Use Centralis AXE to Process ZENworks PC snAppShots?
Centralis AXE imports ZENworks for Desktops AXT files into a database, creating Application Profiles which can then be edited using the software's powerful processing capabilities. Come see how it saved a Florida hospital 6-8 months of work.
04 Mar 2002
Why Use Centralis Contex for NT to Administrate Users in the NDS?
Anyone looking after integrated environments ends up using more than one management system to achieve even simple tasks. Administrators must enter information into consoles from Novell, Microsoft and Citrix, just to create or edit a user. Come learn about this great tool from our partners at Centralis that could really simplify life.
30 May 2001
Centralis Contex: The ConsoleOne Extensions for Thin Client Server Solutions
Centralis Contex is a set of snapins for ConsoleOne, Novell's administration software. It enables administrators to edit Windows NT Terminal Server / MetaFrame user environment settings from within the familiar Novell environment. Come try the free eval.
22 Nov 2000
Centralis AXE: The power utility for ZENworks for Desktops
Centralis AXE simplifies, standardises and accelerates the process of turning snAppShots into usable application objects. Centralis AXE contains built in functions which overcome many of the problems associated with deploying applications to PC and MetaFrame / Terminal Server environments, and allows administrators to create, store and apply their own processing rules
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