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LinuxPR: Eazel and Red Hat Form Alliance to Deliver Network Services for Linux on the Desktop

Jan 29, 2001, 23:03 (0 Talkback[s])

"Companies Create Seamless User Experience by Integrating Red Hat Network Technology with Nautilus Software and Internet Services."

"Eazel Inc., the developer of software and services to make computers easier to use, and Red Hat, the leader in developing, deploying and managing open source solutions for Internet infrastructure, today announced plans to deliver a superior desktop experience for Red Hat Linux users. The companies have agreed to partner to deliver an integrated solution combining Red Hat Network with Eazel's suite of Internet services for individual users."

"As part of their agreement, Red Hat has agreed to integrate Eazel's Nautilus software into forthcoming versions of Red Hat Linux. Desktop users will benefit from the superior user experience provided by Eazel's Nautilus interface and Internet Services while maintaining the security and scalability benefits provided by Red Hat Network. Through the integration of these two technologies, large enterprises can provide end users with a Network User Environment that integrates access to files, applications, media, Internet-based services and the Web while maintaining the security, control and scalability demanded by the IT staff."

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