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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in March 2004
CIO Tim Harvey told the InformationWeek Spring Conference that he's concerned about a growing split in IT standards between Hilton and Hilton International, which owns the brand name outside the United States.
Eli Lilly's Roy Dunbar told attendees at the InformationWeek Spring Conference that offshore outsourcing involves aspects other than cutting costs.
An astronaut reflects on similiarities between space missions and business-technology missions. Also, Eli Lilly's Dunbar speaks; and Hilton's $50 million gamble.
Linux vendors attempt to move beyond the basic operating system
Open-source agreement, if approved, would require developers to reveal code modifications
Steven Cooper says the most pressing issues for his department include information sharing, IT infrastructure integration, and data security.
The Linux vendor capped a winning year with a profitable fourth quarter thanks to growth in software subscriptions.
The company debuted a number of open-source initiatives at its BrainShare conference as it tries to reverse past missteps.
Massachusetts CIO says effort is unrelated to state's Microsoft antitrust lawsuit
Massachusetts' new software repository is designed to let government agencies make more efficient use of open-source software.
Only two of 26 federal agencies have met success criteria for electronic delivery of services
New York and Wisconsin have pulled out of the controversial Matrix program, leaving just five states out of more than a dozen that had signed up to share information.
SCO Group makes good on its threats by suing Linux users AutoZone and DaimlerChrysler
A leaked E-mail appeared to show that SCO employees and a consultant were looking to Microsoft to fund SCO's legal strategy and licensing initiatives.
The suits are designed to force companies to respect the software copyrights that SCO claims ought to apply to the Linux and Unix operating systems.
A small supplier to hosting companies buckles under worries about the fight over Linux's parentage.