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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in April 2004
Panel members at the National Association of State CIOs midyear conference say they actually outsource very little work to vendors who use offshore employees--but mostly because of politics, not economics.
AutoZone has asked a judge to delay court proceedings in its case or at least make SCO amend its complaint.
Politics play a much bigger role in their careers, yet they have to implement strategies that outlast individual administrations, say state CIOs.
BayStar Capital plans to take back $20 million if SCO doesn't makes changes
BayStar Capital told the software company that it might be able to keep a $20 million investment--if it makes changes in management and focuses more on its lawsuit against IBM.
Basic measures can do a lot to forestall identity theft and other security problems for individuals and business, according to testimony before a government subcommittee.
Amit Yoran, head of the department's cybersecurity division, says the government and the private sector have much work to do when it comes to collaboration.
Open Source Risk Management's service is designed to help open-source users defend against copyright and patent-infringement claims.
A filing with the SEC says BayStar Capital wants SCO to redeem all of the venture-capital firm's 20,000 shares of the company's Series A-1 Convertible Preferred Stock.
It added the ability to remotely manage 3,500 workstations used to support troops in Germany and Iraq
Standards are needed to develop the next generation of components, CEO says
It's revamping its blade-server strategy and working to improve customer support, but sales and profits continue to grow.
He says companies must collaborate with customers to understand how their business processes will be affected by new technology.
Through year's end, Oracle has given Dell the exclusive right to deliver pre-installed versions of Oracle Standard Edition One on Dell's PowerEdge 2600 or 2650 servers.
It hopes the new versions of its zSeries and enterprise storage server will appeal to a wider range of midmarket customers.
A Yankee Group study of IT administrators and C-level execs says making the move is cost prohibitive for large companies.