Novell reports 3259
Larry Qualig on Saturday 04 March 2006 13:00
It has been snowing in Manchester as well, but let's stay on topic. When I said "Microsoft's elbow" I was very specifically referring to NetWare so- lutions, as well as other solutions that reside on Windows (e.g. Group-
I will remind you that when Novell sacked many employees a couple of months ago, managers yelled that SuSE-affiliated staff was unaffected. I believe that Novell keep an eye on their Windows-bound market, but rely primarily on the prospects of Novell Linux, SLES, SuSE, and OpenSuSE, which accumulate thrust like an avalanche. Be careful skiing. *smile*
I agree that NetWare is terrible, based on personal experience and woe among staff and students. However, I can't see how this addresses the point. I couldn't care less about NetWare, which continues to be used here at present. My only interest in NetWare is the amount of money it can pocket in Novell's safe. Novell are pushing Linux forward with technolo- gies like XGL, which have already percolated to other vendors and distri- butions.
Linux Adoption Barriers 3260
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