Putting a Linux desktop into context goes beyond just a solid operating system. The latest features can positively impact the IT budget, cutting costs and boosting productivity. Linux today is accessible to the majority of workers, no matter if you're a Linux veteran or considering a switch from an alternative.
Michael Applebaum, Senior Solution Marketing Manager, briefly discusses what's new in SUSE Linux Enterprise 11, its benefits and business value, and how you can use SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 to begin realizing these benefits in your organization.
IDC research finds that Linux users are clearly satisfied about their choice to deploy Linux, and during trying economic times, the potential for those same customers to ramp up their deployment of Linux is strong. Join Al Gillen from IDC in Part 1 of this webcast.
Check out some of the cool new features and functionality that are now available with SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop from the latest version of OpenOffice.org to Silverlight on Linux with Moonlight 1.0.
By working with the community and with our customers and partners, we are continuing to improve and enhance SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop as a desktop solution that is relevant and flexible for business use.
Linux OS might save me money, but isn't it hard to use? Can end users in my company be as productive with Linux? Isn't it easier for me to purchase laptops or desktops with Windows? Watch for answers to these common questions.
In this short video, Grant Ho, Senior Product Marketing Manager, dispels some myths about the Linux Desktop, provides some interesting facts about Linux adoption and gives viewers some perspective on why Linux on the Desktop is growing and could be right for them.
The best-engineered and most interoperable Linux desktop is back–and in today's economy. Come learn about the latest applications, multimedia capabilities, and green IT enhancements of SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, and find out how this Linux desktop can help you lower costs in your environment.