Novell has announced the availability of Novell[R] Open Enterprise Server 11.
What does OES stand for?
OES stands for Open Enterprise Server (Novell)
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We have 154 other meanings of OES in our Acronym Attic
- Office of Extended Studies (various schools)
- Officer Education System (US Army)
- Officer Evaluation System
- Offshore Engineering Society
- Ogretim Elemanlari Sendikasi (Turkish: Union of Teaching Staff)
- Old English Sheepdog
- Online Employment System (various locations)
- Online Evaluation System (various organizations)
- Ontario Electronic Stewardship (Canada)
- Ontario Employment Standards (Canada)
- Open Enterprise Solutions (software; various locations)
- Operational Effectiveness Systems (enterprise software to manage organizational knowledge & work processes)
- Operational Engineering Support
- Operations Evaluation System
- Optical Emission Spectrometry
- Optical Emission Spectroscopy
- Optically Excited System
- Oracle Entitlements Server
- Oracle Express Server
- Orbital Element Set (satellite)
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com Novell Inc (Nasdaq:NOVL), an IT software, systems and technology company, announced on Thursday (16 April) key updates to the Novell Client for Windows that enables Novell Open Enterprise Server connectivity.
Novell also announced Open Enterprise Server, combining networking elements from NetWare 7.
Worldwide Computer Products News-4 December 2008-Novell announces its Open Enterprise Server 2 is now available(C)1995-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The Novell Open Workgroup Suite Small Business Edition is based on SUSE(R) Linux Enterprise and includes Novell GroupWise(R) for e-mail, task management and calendaring; Novell Open Enterprise Server for storage, print and management services; SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for running applications; SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop from Novell for complete desktop productivity; and the Novell edition of the popular office productivity suite OpenOffice.