Friday, February 27, 2004

Mass High Tech: Groove Networks software to be the core of new Homeland Security network

Mass High Tech: Groove Networks software to be the core of new Homeland Security network "The Department of Homeland Security has chosen Beverly-based Groove Networks Inc., a maker of secure virtual office software, to provide its software as a core component of an information-sharing network that Secretary Tom Ridge announced Tuesday.
The financial nature of the deal was not released.
According to Ridge, the Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) will expand on the Joint Regional Information Exchange System (JRIES) that includes Groove Workspace as a core component for real-time, secure, intra- and inter-agency collaboration. JRIES has been developed by state and local officials in partnership with the federal government.
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