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Source: ComputerWeekly.co.uk - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Vendors/Products At Novell's Brainshare user conference in Barcelona last week, the software supplier said it had strengthened its identity and access management security products, Novell Identity & Access Management. Novell also claimed significant customer gains in Europe with its open source SuSE Linux desktop and enterprise server.

The company showcased several organisations that had opted for its Linux-based software suite. One UK adopter of Novell's Linux system is Kent Police, which began its migration last year.

Mark Williams, specialist services manager for Kent Police, said, "Linux is the platform for the future, and through Novell Open Enterprise Server, it is ready for enterprise-level workloads today.

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