Demand for interoperability and IP increasing, claims Microsoft and Novell

The overall market for enterprise spending may be weak, but Novell and Microsoft insist they’ve signed more than 100 joint customers in the past six months. That's twice the rate at which they had been signing folks as part of an 2006 accord, the two companies said. In total, the two companies say they have […]

The overall market for enterprise spending may be weak, but Novell and Microsoft insist they’ve signed more than 100 joint customers in the past six months. That's twice the rate at which they had been signing folks as part of an 2006 accord, the two companies said. In total, the two companies say they have sold $200 million worth of Novell support and maintenance certificates to more than 300 customers. Among the better known North American names signed since November are Honeywell Aerospace, Procter & Gamble, SC Johnson and Sony Pictures Entertainment.

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