"Multiplied" Linux Desktop Migration Strategy for Novell SLED 10 and openSUSE 10.1

Posted by TrevorP on Oct 12, 2006 4:05 AM EDT
Omni Technology Solutions; By Trevor Poapst
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With the excitement surrounding the launch of SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 and openSUSE 10.1, it is clear that Novell has a winner with its new desktop strategy. Customers are choosing to migrate to SLED 10 because of its increased reliability, security, performance, cost savings and global support when compared to Windows desktops and other environments.

With the Linux Desktop Multiplier, you can take the SLED 10 value proposition one step further by connecting up to 10 full-featured stations to a single PC. Ideal for Linux-based classrooms, computer labs, thin client deployments, call centres and retail POS terminals. Read the Multiplied Linux Desktop migration strategy white paper.

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