Friday keynote always reveals sneak peaks at future technologies. Martin Buckley tells about upcoming additions to ZENworks Asset Management. Dale Olds mixes crypto cards, identity management, and…iPods? Alan Murray and Volker Sheuber talk about Novell Identity Manager 3’s Designer interface, and Alan nearly assaults a photographer. Finally Eric Anderson and Robert Wipfel talk about virtualization […]
Archive for March, 2006
Alfresco’s John Powell and Luis Sala sit down with Open Audio to talk about the future of content management.
Chief Engineer and Lead Architect David Condrey gives us the scoop on why File System Factory, recently rebranded Novell Storage Manager, makes such a handy tool for busy network managers.
Healthcare Focus: Reid Oakes overviews how Novell Clinical Workstation streamlines and secures access to medical information.
Cort Ouderkirk and Jim Wilcock describe two special-purpose uses for Linux desktops: points-of-service and thin clients.
Uber-geek Jeff Price delivered a wild breakout session that quickly rose to legendary status among BrainShare attendees. Jeff showed how to run MythTV, an open source Personal Video Recorder (PVR), on SUSE Linux. Jeff combined cool tech and hilarious showmanship to make one of those sessions that makes BrainShare the industry icon that it is.
We learn about the Dell Edition of ZENworks Linux Management from Jason Werner.
Paco Martinez tells us the latest on the Mono Project.