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09/06/1999

Volume 18 Issue 29 September 6 1999


GCN_Lab_Review

Fibre Channel connections gain popularity for speed and flexibility


SCALABLE ENTERPRISE RAID


Latest Norton AntiVirus version is a security blanket for NT Server


CaptureEze captures screen images, but not at a high resolution


Have you heard? Montego II's Quadzilla is the Godzilla of 3-D sound


ScreenPro monitor utility helps make bigger better


Tool makes virtual desktop nine times bigger


Sysadmins can take this LAN analyzer to field locations


Optra lets you print remotely via the Web


Cable modems, DSL answer the call


GCN_News

NARA decides to wait and see on archiving policy


PC Card personal digital assistant falls a little flat


At long last, Intel gives users a peek at 64-bit Merced chip


Guard to rein in fleet app project


Before the Navy buys it, these guys test it


FBI charges teen with hacking Army unclassified network


Systems vulnerabilities plague DOD


Sun Microsystems offers free release of StarOffice open-source, thin-client suite


SSG strategy calls for specialized buys


Ericsson mobile phones serve as browsers and radios


Ohio police chief trumpets need for Y2K contingency plans


PEOPLE ON THE MOVE


Council pushes customer service, simplicity for e-commerce systems


Procurement experts tout performance-based pacts


Defense begins restrictions on NIPRnet access


Servers bulk up eight ways with Intel's Profusion chip set


Pentagon speeds work on missile defense system


VA, HUD, Navy shore up security with BPAs


Will year 2000 fixes face a 'nines' test Thursday?


FIPS security nod is coming for Windows NT


DOD tweaks plan for a new systems board


GCN_Commentary

THE BELTWAY AND BEYOND


MY TURN


ANOTHER VIEW


Editorial


GCN_Tech Trends

Cisco's new router adds voice over IP capability


Company says its new processor leaves 56-Kbps modems and DSL eating dust


Shuttle network gets a boost


INTERNAUT