Profile of Larry Greenemeier
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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in October 2003
Many drugmakers are turning to the software to generate more revenue from existing products and prime the market for upcoming offerings.
Red Hat's Enterprise Linux 3 is more reliable and scalable
Enterprise Linux 3 improves the operating system's performance when running apps with multiple threads operating at once.
It says the investment money will be used across all areas of the business.
A cornerstone of utility computing may depend on more standardization efforts
In a move to promote standards that simplify IT system interoperability, several utility-computing services and software makers have formed the Data Center Markup Language Organization.
Three models feature Microsoft software and Intel processors.
The biggest demand for PCs since the tech boom of the 1990s helped the world's largest chipmaker ring up net income of $1.66 billion.
Vendor challenges Intel with a processor that promises high performance and uses little power.
The vendors, including SuSE Linux and Turbolinux, say they'll support CGL version 2, which provides guidelines for improving the operating system's clustering and security features.
More than 625 seek help in cutting printing, copying, and faxing costs.
New blade servers and management software will automate data-center processes.
RFID and electronic product codes will be on the front lines in the battle against counterfeit drugs