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Novell's first Linux workgroup suite

By   |  March 24, 2006

Novell has introduced its first workgroup suite running on Linux. The Novell Open Workgroup Suite includes server and desktop components with management tools, e-mail and collaboration, office products.

“Many of our customers are looking for alternatives to current restrictive licensing options,” says John Marciano, COO for Novell partner KIS. “Some of them spend more than 30% of their IT budget supporting the desktop and an office productivity suite. The Novell Open Workgroup Suite frees much of that budget so they have more to invest in other strategic IT initiatives. This suite also provides core infrastructure products to support their workforce from the server to the desktop. This is what my customers need, and at a very competitive price.”

The Novell Open Workgroup Suite includes the Linux version of Novell Open Enterprise Server, Novell Groupwise for Linux, Novell Zenworks Suite, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop and the popular OpenOffice.org. For existing Novell Netware customers, the suite is available with the Netware version of Open Enterprise Server and cross-platform Groupwise, available as an upgrade bundle to existing customers of Netware, Groupwise, Zenworks or their competing products. A rental option is also available for both offerings.

Kent Erickson, Novell GM of Workspace Solutions, says: “Traditional workgroup suites require customers to upgrade all components at the same time. This unique offering gives customers the ability to upgrade any component of the suite when a new version is available, independent of any other component. With this flexibility, we combine the competitively priced innovation of open source with Novell’s workgroup leadership to provide a compelling solution for enterprise collaboration and productivity.”

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