Profile of Larry Greenemeier
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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in August 2003
Dell's OpenManage software won't steal Cisco's thunder but will add to competitive strength
The troubled computer maker is axing nearly 17% of its workforce as it tries to keep costs in line with revenue.
New products from IBM and SureScript Systems are designed to help develop and deliver drugs more efficiently.
Analysts suggest the company may be looking for a buyer.
The company says the timing of the cuts--one day after rival Hewlett-Packard reported lower-than-expected 3Q results--is just a coincidence.
Army will use computers from Tadpole and General Dynamics to replace much heavier devices.
The company reported 3Q net income of $297 million, but the chairman and CEO says HP 'should have done better.'
Vendor stirs the Linux pot again, amid speculation that it's taking aim at the GPL
The vendor's strategy of collecting on its ownership of Unix System V yielded more than $3 million in net income in the third quarter on sales of $20.1 million.
The vendor revokes the IBM division's right to license its Unix System V software.
The vendor will debut more than 100 printing, imaging, and home-computing products by year's end.
Peregrine plans to focus on developing and selling its core asset- and service-management apps.
The countersuit alleges that SCO violated the GNU General Public License under which it accepted Linux contributions and that it doesn't have the right to revoke IBM's Unix license.
The vendor's Data Center Intelligence offering will help give users better visibility into their IT investments.
It could take years for the Linux lawsuits to be resolved. Companies face more immediate concerns in managing Linux within their IT environments.
Linux users can buy protection against a lawsuit for $699 until Oct. 15; then the price jumps.
Stuart Cohen, CEO of the Open Source Development Lab, talks about open-source end-user license agreements, his organization's expanding role, and SCO Group's case against IBM and the Linux community.