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24 Apr 2006
#16257
Security and Open Source
Government Realizing Benefits of Open Source

In a SearchOpenSource.com article, writer Andrew Bardin Williams seeks an answer on whether open source solutions are secure enough for government IT infrastructure. Gartner Analyst John Pescatore believes that many open source solutions are more secure than closed source solutions and may even be a better fit in the government sector.
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24 Apr 2006
#15926
Idaho National Laboratory Looks to Sun for Infrastructure Support
Now Has Secure, Collaborative, Enhanced Computational Environment

The Idaho National Laboratory (INL) had been designated as the lead laboratory for nuclear energy research in 2002. With this responsibility assigned, the INL needed to ensure that it had a highly secure, flexible and transparent collaborative computational capability that could be reached by its international partners. To fulfill this requirement, INL turned to Sun.
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24 Apr 2006
#16290
GE Security to Combine Security Solution with Sun's Identity Management Suite
To Reduce Processes, Lower Costs, Maintain Physical and Logical Security

GE Security, a communication and IT company and subsidiary of the General Electric Company, will be combining its Picture Perfect Version 4 Security Management System with the Sun Java System Identity Management Suite.
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