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Novell Open Audio: Upgrade to Novell Open Enterprise Server

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July 25th, 2008 – Senior Technical Consultant Mike Saunders and Product Marketing Manager Sophia Germanides talk with David and Randy about the Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 whitepaper, which outlines why it makes sense to upgrade to Open Enterprise Server 2: save money, time, and risk.

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Now Available: Novell Open Workgroup Suite with Teaming!

July 24th, 2008 – Richard Lindstedt, Senior Product Marketing Manager, gives Randy and David an overview on the newest version of Novell Open Workgroup Suite, which now includes Novell Teaming. This latest version adds functionality like wikis, blogs, discussion forums and document management to the infrastructure products already available in the suite.

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July 23rd, 2008 – Novell Open Workgroup Suite Small Business Edition version 2 is now available. Arguably the longest product name in Novell’s history, the small business version of the popular Open Workgroup Suite is chock full of productivity-enhancing, cost-saving tools. Hear product manager, Melanie Feeney, discuss new features in this release such as file, print and management components from Open Enterprise Server; XEN virtualization through SUSE Linux Enterprise 10; and a bevy of open source technologies. All of this on top of SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, GroupWise, the Novell edition of OpenOffice.org, an integrated installation and simplified management.

Randy and David sit down with Melanie Feeney to discuss the latest release in the Novell Open Audio studio.

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