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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in June 2004
Firm adds business intelligence features designed to enable more direct marketing.
The open-source software is a key component of the Democratic National Committee's IT infrastructure.
The first Homeland Security Information Network-Critical Infrastructure pilot program was launched in Dallas, with others to follow in Seattle, Indianapolis, and Atlanta.
At least eight airlines and reservation systems provided information, a Senate committee discovered.
A CEO roundtable uncovered problems that must be addressed. Among them are education, trade, intellectual-property rights, and cybersecurity.
The Linux vendor posted large gains in sales and net income from the year-ago quarter as the market for the open-source operating system continues to move beyond servers.
Intel, Oracle, Sun and others have formed an alliance that could make Linux more common on high-speed servers.
The district wants to move its Oracle database and Business Objects Crystal Enterprise business-intelligence software from Windows to Linux., and the debut of Business Objects' Crystal Enterprise 10 for Linux moved it a step closer to that goal.
It introduced enhanced management, security, and Web-browser capabilities on two of its Winterm desktops, as well as an updated version of its thin-client Linux operating system.
The school district wants to move its Oracle database and Business Objects Crystal Enterprise business-intelligence software from Windows to Linux., and the debut of Business Objects' Crystal Enterprise 10 for Linux moved it a step closer to that goal.
City is first of four to get portion of $10 million fund to advance emergency preparedness
With little revenue from intellectual-property sales and mounting legal bills, the company posted a second-quarter loss of $7.9 million.
The 10-year contracts with Anteon and Raytheon Technical Services are worth up to $726 million and will help the Navy modernize IT within its Atlantic fleet.
Cincinnati and three to-be-named cities will get $10 million to invest in emergency preparedness and public-safety concepts.
G8 summit will test the data-sharing capabilities of federal, state, and local security teams
SCO Group ends dispute with big investor BayStar Capital by buying back some of its stock and reducing BayStar's stake in the embattled Unix vendor.
A change in the procedure for submitting changes to the
Linux kernel raised concerns about intellectual property lawsuits.