__/ [ John A. Bailo ] on Wednesday 26 April 2006 17:29 \__
> NOVL broke $8 this morning...
It was almost at $10 back in February, so...
> "Ron Hovsepian, Novell president and chief operating officer, said,
> "Financial services organizations around the world are realizing
> significant performance benefits in their trading environments with SUSE
> Linux Enterprise Server, and Novell is pleased to be working with
> Reuters to help our joint financial services customers gain a
> competitive edge. Together with Reuters, Novell will ensure our
> customers are benefiting from a reliable, scalable and flexible platform
> for their most critical applications and services.""
All I know of technology at Reuters is that they have (had?) the worst CMS,
which is (was?) driven by Microsoft servers. Their URL's can (could?) easily
exceed 200 characters and all is (was?) flaky at best. I guess their deal
with SuSE is (!) driven by disappointment.
Roy S. Schestowitz
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