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Volume 18 Issue 28 August 30 1999


Alternatives to 2.4-GHz systems run into bandwidth, range and interference problems


New engine dredges the Web for vendor news

Lotus sets dynamic intranet duo flying on their own

Light and easy, Panasonic's newest subnotebook has touch-screen support

IGrafx models business systems for process re-engineering

All eight PC clients had to have identical specifications

Minitowers score with maximum power


At the Naval Academy, a Dell PC's the BMOC

Workgroup printer plays hide-and-seek with NT

On New Year's Eve, he'll be at the epicenter of Y2K action

Andersen wins Education pact

Government CIOs get their own university

Sprint's FTS vet joins Qwest, will lead government division

Clinton creates council to protect nation's critical infrastructure

Koskinen will demonstrate how history repeats itself, Y2K-style

Corel enhances its own version of Linux with an auto-installer

Compaq enterprise systems come with a free upgrade to Win 2000

Navy sets PKI implementation test, will try smart cards during pilots

NOAA team uses GPS to size up monumental task

OS/390 release boosts e-commerce security

Navy links satellite data to track titanic iceberg

CIO Council adds privacy to strategic goals

Treasury agency takes slow route to a new OS

Feds say budget process impedes IT success


Project aims to modernize data preservation process

NARA taken to task on electronic record-keeping


Navigating federal Web sites is hit or miss

The Y2K Act promises more than it can deliver



Letters to the Editor


Domino gives war game participants a comm link

Base replaces contract system

Air Force

GCN_Tech Trends

Cisco adds products to support network telephony

Telezoo.com lets telecom buyers compare products, services

Scanner suite increases its risk assessment tool features

VA awards contract for health benefits call center

Spyrus' FIPS Standard Encryption product for Netscape accepts multiple token types

AF group says bye to FDDI