Friday, November 08, 2002

Autonomy and Homeland Security

Well, it happened while I was away:

"[Autonomy] a global leader in infrastructure software for the enterprise, today announced that it will provide 21 agencies of the United States government with the core infrastructure technology for information collection, analysis, routing and retrieval. Up to 200,000 employees across various agencies responsible for homeland security functions will use Autonomy technology to more efficiently analyze, assess, and share information from multiple repositories related to suspected terrorist groups."

http://www.autonomy.com/Content/Press/Archives/2002/1021

Found it here. This blog is probably the one closest to mine that I've seen on these kinds of subjects.
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