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Larry Barrett

Larry Barrett is a freelance journalist and blogger who has covered the information technology and business sectors for more than 15 years. Most recently, he served as the online news editor for 1105 Media's Office Technology Group and as the online managing editor for SourceMedia's Investment Advisory Group publications Financial Planning, On Wall Street, and Bank Investment Consultant. He was also a senior writer and editor at Ziff Davis Media's Baseline Magazine, winner of the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award, and ZDNet. In addition, he's served as a senior writer and editor at prominent technology and business websites including CNET, InternetNews.com, Multichannel News, and the San Jose Business Journal.

BPL Gains Momentum But Roadblocks Remain

Broadband over power line technologies (BPL) (define) and products will continue to gain momentum in 2007, according to a report issued by market researcher In-Stat, but price, retail...

SAP, Nakisa Tackle Workforce Management

SAP on Tuesday announced it had made a multimillion-dollar investment in Nakisa, a Canadian developer of software applications used to visualize employee depth charts and develop succession-planning...

VMware Unleashes Virtual Infrastructure 3

VMware on Tuesday released its Virtual Infrastructure 3 software with several new features it says will make life much easier for datacenters managers. Virtual Infrastructure 3 consists...

Oracle to Put Moniforce Into Its Web App Mix

Oracle opened up its pocketbook again today, this time to snap up Dutch software firm Moniforce for an undisclosed price. Moniforce's webStress and webProbe software lets companies...

What’s Next For TomorrowNow?

It appears it's now just a matter of time before TomorrowNow, the third-party software service and support firm at the center of so much controversy between software...

IBM Brings Its ‘Blue Cloud’ To The Enterprise

IBM on Thursday announced "Blue Cloud," a combination of software and hardware components that will let enterprise customers experiment with the "cloud" computing model that's largely responsible...

IBM’s Secret SaaS

IBM has been running us media types ragged of late with release after release announcing big plans for unified communications, mashup application platforms and its...

Reaching For The Next SaaS Wave

SAN JOSE, Calif.—It should come as no surprise that Cisco Systems and Adobe Systems, two companies that enjoyed spectacular growth establishing them as tech blue-chips during the...

IBM Beefs Up Autonomic Computing Portfolio

Autonomic computing doesn't have the same buzz these days as virtualization or, say, service-oriented-architecture (SOA) (define), but that's not stopping IBM from moving forward with its latest...

Cisco Acquisition Portends Bigger Things

It will officially go down as acquisition No. 125 in Cisco Systems' storied, 23-year history, but Thursday's proposed purchase of security software vendor Securent tells the enterprise...

Verio Jumps On SaaS Bandwagon

Verio this week launched what it's calling its Business Solutions suite, a fairly basic package of on-demand business applications geared for the small- and mid-sized business (SMB)...

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