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Novell Chips Away at Microsoft's Desktop Dominance

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In an effort to break some of Microsoft's stranglehold on the desktop, Novell is taking new steps in the product and pricing arenas to attract customers who want to move either gradually or quickly to Linux.

These strategies are seeing the light of day in a series of offerings unveiled at Novell's recent BrainShare show, including Novell Open Workgroup Suite; SUSE Linux 10; and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) 10.

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Novell and the South African Department of Home Affairs have announced the launch of a global project to deploy the Novell Groupwise collaboration solution running on Suse Linux Enterprise Server at each of the department's 635 foreign missions, border posts and local offices. The project represents one of the biggest Linux-based solutions in the South African national government.

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