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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in July 2004
The Democratic National Convention used a combination of wired and wireless systems and networks to keep delegates, staff, and media connected and functioning.
Delegates at the Democratic National Convention have wireless Internet access, while party members and organizers can wirelessly tap into a secure network.
Former Vice President Al Gore came in loud and pretty clear this morning as his video-conferenced address to the Democratic National Convention's 56 delegations was piped into 23 hotels throughout Boston. The question: Was anyone listening?
Massachusetts delegates filing in for breakfast at the Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel were largely unaware that Gore would be addressing them via video conference this morning. That would explain why only about half of the 122 delegates were seated in the Grand
The former Vice President used technology from Polycom to address delegates at 23 hotels throughout Boston.
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Michigan judge dismisses nearly all charges against automaker after it certifies that it hasn't used Unix System V for seven years.
A retirement-fund agency says barbs from Congress are factually correct, but that it has taken steps to remedy the situation, which involves an overbudget IT effort.
Homeland Security cites privacy concerns in canceling airline prescreening project
The improvements give county IT officials the ability to monitor instant messaging and other activities by employees.
Unnamed technical reasons and privacy concerns doomed the plan.
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Vendor gives project-scheduling software to open-source community
Senate committee ends investigation into bungled record-keeping system
Participants and beneficiaries of the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board saw retirement accounts debited by millions to pay for project costs and legal battles.
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