Profile of Gregg Keizer
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Articles by Gregg Keizer
posted in March 2004
According to a just-published report from Forrester Research, Wal-Mart’s bid to force its top 100 suppliers to guarantee 100 percent readability of case and pallet RFID tags isn’t working.
The move to bring SuSE's open-source Linux operating system to select HP desktop and laptop systems will satisfy HP's large corporate customers who want to deploy a single operating system and a single distribution of Linux.
Software licensing is about to change--change big and change fast, a research firm predicted Tuesday.
The long-time practice of purchasing software rights up front will soon be replaced by subscription-licensing plans, in which vendors and customers adopt a pay-as-you-go arrangement, IDC reports.
Novell on Thursday unveiled the first retail version of Linux that's based on the newest Linux kernel. The 9.1 version of SuSE Linux is the first complete commercial Linux distribution to support the 2.6 kernel, the company said.
The Altix 3000 systems, running Itanium 2 processors, are initially aimed at high-performance computing in government and academic research.
Content and document management companies took center stage at a conference and expo for IT and business professionals looking for the latest technologies to develop, capture, manage, and store documents and digital content.
The U.S. District Court where SCO Group has filed a lawsuit against AutoZone could theoretically be a target of a lawsuit of its own, because the court uses Linux to run its Web site, the Web monitoring firm Netcraft said.