Profile of Larry Greenemeier
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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in July 2005
Spotfire, financed in part by a CIA technology incubator, is introducing a tool for uncovering patterns and relationships in information extracted from E-mail.
JasperSoft pulls in $8 million in funding a day after ActiveGrid attracts $10 million in venture capital.
CollabNet Team Edition lets companies with fewer than 50 programmers create collaborative work environments to let programmers access code and share documentation.
Senators call for federal funding, while big cities look to technology to help
Department of Homeland Security reorg includes new cybersecurity position
New massive data warehouse will put a wealth of information, including arrest records and satellite images, at investigators' fingertips.
America's big cities look to invest in technologies that will help secure the nation's rail systems
Secretary Chertoff says IT management is one of his department's six imperatives.
It's not just fun and games and cash. The winner of the World Poker Robot Championship will help artificial intelligence meet a tough challenge: solving problems in the face of incomplete and inaccurate information.
GAO report says risk assessment, security planning, security-tools evaluation, and systems inventory processes don't measure up.
'Licensing is the one gotcha in all of this,' Visa's Garrison says.
NASA is bargaining for extra bandwidth for upcoming shuttle launch.
The new Levanta Intrepid M acts as hub for provisioning Linux servers without the need to load the operating system or applications directly onto each new server.
NASA's Web sites served up 80 million page views to people interested in viewing the results of the collision with a comet.
Dell will offer a package of blade servers running Napster's digital music service to divert music-download traffic from a university's Internet access connection.
There are no shortcuts when it comes to making a decision about whether to use open-source software. The good news is that IT managers don't have to endure cringe-worthy sales pitches or marketing materials when weighing their open-source options. Instead, open source allows IT professionals to go straight to the source to help them judge the merits of a particular application. Making a smart choice about open source depends upon your knowledge of the open-source community and how well you know