NoMachine, creator of NX remote access software, will be featured in Millenux GmbH new monthly workshops on Linux and Open Source beginning with the first event on Jan. 7, 2009 themed “Mobile Computing.” This event will be an exciting program targeted at customers and partners with ample opportunity for dynamic discussion along with an exchange of expertise.
Among the panelists there will be systems engineer and consultant, Harald Milz, Manager of the Millenux Munich branch, who will be giving a presentation on Linux-based terminal server environments with some practical adaptations and extensions of NoMachine NX. It will also be an opportunity to foster awareness of NoMachine's next major release, NX 4.0.0, and how it will extend its role even further within the concept of mobile computing.
“Millenux is very pleased to be hosting this series of events, and I am sure that attendees will not be disappointed,” says Milz. “We have brought together an engaging group of executives, and we look forward to helping Linux and Open Source get a better momentum in the Munich and South Bavaria areas by networking with the most accomplished Linux players around.”
The other speakers and exciting subjects include:
• Open Source Meets Blackberry (Helmuth Neuberger, Managing Director, Zarafa Germany)
• OpenMapi.org or Never Again Annoyance with Groupware (Thomas Uhl, Founder and member of the Executive Board, Topalis AG)
After these sessions, there will be time for an open discussion, Q&A, and networking among attendees, customers, and partners. Participants will receive a CD with all related information after the event. Those who are interested in attending, please write to event[.]millenux.com.
NoMachine (nomachine.com) is the creator of award-winning NX software, an enterprise-class solution for secure remote access, application delivery, and hosted desktop deployment. NoMachine's mission has been to revolutionize the way users access their computing resources across the Internet to make seamless desktop access as easy and widespread as Web browsing. NoMachine provides a comprehensive software infrastructure stack, core development, and support services built around the self-designed and self-developed NX suite of advanced components.
Millenux (millenux.com) is among the top-of-the-line Linux systems integrators in Germany. The company's core areas of expertise and experience lie in the set-up and administration of Linux systems and their integration with Linux on S/390, high availability Linux, kernel development, server consolidation, Open Source-based groupware, server-based computing, and the design and implementation of directory services.