Novell and IBM Launch 'Expanding Choice' Seminar

18 October 2004

Novell today announced the Novell and IBM “Expanding Choice” seminar, which will show customers how Novell Open Enterprise Server integrates the choice and flexibility of open source software with the power and reliability of proven networking software. The 23-city tour runs Nov. 3-11 in the United States and Canada, and it allows customers to see first-hand how this software combination will transform their business and enable them to move to Linux at their pace, with the support they expect. 

Following are Expanding Choice seminar cities and dates:
Atlanta (Nov. 10)
Austin (Nov. 4)
Boston (Nov. 9)
Calgary (Nov. 10)
Chicago (Nov. 9)
Columbus (Nov. 3)
Dallas (Nov. 3)
Detroit (Nov. 4)
Ft. Lauderdale (Nov. 4)
Houston (Nov. 9)
Irvine (Nov. 3)
Minneapolis (Nov. 10)
Montreal (Nov. 11)
New York City (Nov. 4)
Philadelphia (Nov. 3)
Phoenix (Nov. 9)
Pittsburgh (Nov. 10)
Raleigh (Nov. 3)
Sacramento (Nov. 4)
Salt Lake City (Nov. 10)
St. Louis (Nov. 10)
Toronto (Nov. 4)
Washington, D.C. (Nov. 9)

For more information about Novell Open Enterprise Server, see

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