American Fork High School students have been studying Novell and SUSE software under Lynne Yocom for over 15 years. Meet a few of the students, including the most recent recipients of the Young Technology Scholar Award and find out why they think IT is so important, and what they plan to do in the future.
Your people are moving the business forward in a world that's more mobile, more social, and more security-driven than ever before. But no matter how they're staying productive—across devices, platforms, and locations—we understand what today's users want, what IT needs,and how to bring it all together. That's why we engineer solutions for the real world. Your world.
Novell supports thousands of organizations around the globe, delivering software that makes the workplace more productive, secure and manageable. Focusing on today's social, mobile and multi-platform world, we help you stay competitive, minimize costs, and get more value from the software you already own.
Novell is helping to implement telehealth to improve care and make scarce resources go further. The outer London borough of Bexley has a larger-than-average elderly population, and faces increasing clinical and financial challenges in managing patients with long-term conditions. 25,500 (over 11%) of local people come into this category, and the figure is increasing, placing pressure on hospitals. Bexley's Business Support Unit (BSU) aims to deliver more of these patients' care in community settings. In partnership with telehealth technology specialist Tunstall, PA has helped to implement telehealth for 50 patients with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Patients are equipped to monitor their vital signs at home with remote support from clinicians. PA is now helping Bexley develop plans for deployment to more COPD patients and those with other long-term conditions. There will be a full evaluation of benefits, a service model and robust criteria for patient selection. Benefits being identified include reduced emergency admissions, earlier discharge from hospital and more effective use of scarce clinical time. Patients are becoming more independent, confident and proactive in monitoring and managing their own conditions.
John Dragoon, Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer and Channel Chief, gets things started on Friday and welcomes you back to another day of informative keynotes. Ron Hovsepian, President and Chief Executive Officer, gives a brief overview of where Novell is headed as a company. John introduces you to the exciting demos you will see in today’s session.
This video was played just prior to the start of BrainShare 2010. This animation features the Novell Geeko as well as two other animated characters. The animations were created by Nathan Rees and his brother Kit Rees. Music for the animation was created by Gerald Hartley. Voice talent for the Geeko and Fred was done by Chris Miller. Voice talent for the female character (Laura) was by Laura Chappell. Script written by Eric Harper and Todd Swensen of Word Assembly. Directed and produced by Russ Dastrup and Troy Monney of Novell Corporate Marketing.
Thursday's highlights of Novell Collaboration Solutions, including how Novell File Management Suite intelligently manages files, Novell iFolder integrates with Novell Pulse, and how Novell Pulse users can work seamlessly together with users of Google Wave.
With just 60 IT professionals to support the organization's 10,000 users and network infrastructure, the California Highway Patrol constantly seeks new ways to operate more efficiently and drive down technology costs. Novell ZENworks Configuration Management has streamlined desktop and system management, while Novell Open Enterprise Server has contributed to the organization's server consolidation initiative.