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.
Jim Ebzery, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Security, Management and Operating Platforms business unit, introduces our Identity and Security focus area, and outlines the exciting demos and resources it offers. Our first demo, hosted by Jay Roxe and Rick Wagner, features the latest version of one of our most exciting products: Novell Identity Manager 4.
In this keynote, the Novell Identity and Security team provides the first preview of the next major release of our award winning identity and access management solution, Novell Identity Manager. Then, the Novell ZENworks team shows you - via live demonstration - how Novell can help you migrate to Windows 7 using ZENworks 10 Configuration Management.
Novell CEO Ron Hovsepian kicks off BrainShare discussing Novell's strategy for delivering the next generation of solutions that address both the intelligent workload management and collaboration markets.
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.
Geek vs Geek Dance Club is one in a series of three videos that were used at the Novell BrainShare event in Salt Lake City that began March 22, 2010. Just a fun sequence used to call attention to the word "Intelligent" which is part of a Novell focus to offer solutions in a technology category called Intelligent Workload Management. Produced and Directed by Blufire Studios, Russ Dastrup and Troy Monney.