Profile of Larry Greenemeier
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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in June 2005
Exadel is trying to remove barriers to adoption with new planning and support services, and an integrated development environment, for the open-source application development process.
Businesses will learn from government's mandate for electronic employee ID cards
As the business world struggles with data-security lapses and intrusions, federal agencies are preparing for strict new standards to protect their facilities and information systems.
Technology is a key element of the security standards approved this week that will govern global trade.
Startup Alfresco hopes to challenge market leaders with its open-source content-management application.
GroundWork looks to make its systems-management tool easier to use and more competitive with big-ticket commercial IT-monitoring software.
To compete, Sun says it will let the developer community guide OpenSolaris' direction
An official acknowledges possible breaches of data security and a need for better privacy polices. But the pressure is on to prevent another attack.
It's playing catch-up to Linux but counting on Solaris' reputation and customer base to build a buzz around the open-source project.
New Jersey looks to expand the use of its law-enforcement intelligence database to police throughout the state and even to federal and international agencies.
For 11 days in June, the U.S. military will test cutting-edge technology that could be used on the battlefield--and perhaps in business.
Move will speed testing and certification of new software that runs Navy weapons systems.
After more than three months chasing this week's cover story on the FBI's IT woes, I read with great interest a similar account in yesterday's Washington Post. The main difference between our stories is the Post's ability to get their hands on a confidential report to the House Appropriat
Learning from past mistakes, Zalmai Azmi says the bureau is cultivating better relationships with IT vendors and doing more centralized planning, while still trying to make up for lost time.
Black Duck Software raises another $12 million in venture capital to help finance the company's software, which checks software under development to make sure it doesn't violate another company's intellectual-property rights.
The open-source mindset is taking firm hold within business environments, even when companies aren't developing open-source software. A terrific example of this is the application development work VeriSign Inc. is doing using VA Software Corp.'s SourceForge Enterprise Edition to integrate a distributed group of software developers. In addition to helping a business unit within the company, which provides a variety of digital commerce and communication products and services, better organize its d
New directory servers offer large and small customers the convenience of dealing with a single vendor for more than just an operating system.