Novell?s clumsily named Border Services Extranet product is to be renamed and formally launched on Monday in New York.
The product, which was demonstrated at the recent Networld+Interop show, claims to bring security features to corporate Intranet sites and provide protected links between companies and their partners across the Web. It enables users to access Internet services from the Intranet, access corporate Intranets from remote locations, and create Wans or virtual private networks.
Recently Novell added Microsystems Software?s Cyber Patrol Internet filtering product to Border Services. It also manages user access to the Web and provides a list of sites that are ?inappropriate for the workplace?.
Novell also shrugged off Microsoft?s deal with Cisco to integrate Active Directory with the networking company?s Internetworking Operating System - a clear challenge to Novell's attempts to make its Novell Directory Services a de facto standard. It claimed NDS works better on multiple platforms than Active Directory.
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The skeleton was unearthed more than 20 years ago in South Africa
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