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Posted by Sandy GuptaGeneral Manager, Open Solutions Group
As part of the ongoing dialogue we have with our enterprise IT customers at Microsoft, we’re hearing more and more about the interoperability demands stemming from the consumerization of IT. This rising trend isn’t just about employees using the latest consumer gadgets to do their work, but using these devices to access internal corporate applications and services as well.
Posted by Frank Rego Senior Product Manager for SUSE and Fabio Cavalcanti da Cunha, Technical Product Manager at Microsoft
In November 2006, Microsoft and Novell signed an interoperability agreement and an innovative laboratory concept was created -- a place where architects and developers from both companies could now share experiences, as well as source code, while improving interoperability between Windows and Linux.