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09/27/1999

Volume 18 Issue 32 September 27 1999


GCN_Lab_Review

This little card will give portable users access to ATM on the road


Fast NICs


Check out these 53 items that delivered the goods


Tool checks Microsoft products for 2000 readiness


Analyzer delves deeper into network


Lab Notes


Under the gun? Achieve 2000 readiness for PCs in a hurry with the GCN Lab's 12-step program


Apps come to procrastinators' rescue


GCN_News

USGS serves up fresh satellite views of Earth


Office users can navigate by StarOffice'for free


The service wants to eliminate passwords for verifying users


Feds take hard look at use of enterprisewide systems


DOE sets security course


EPA software that finds less toxic chemicals will go on the market


Software with the right stuff wins NASA awards


Industry, CIOs publish guidelines to carry out software piracy order


Bureau of Labor Statistics' IT unit redoubles site protection, security


Postal Service digitizes stamp sales via the Internet


FEMA sends out five mobile units to help in state and local recovery


Forecasting system gives the Navy plenty of lead time to protect fleet


Systems fire an arrow into heart of the hurricane


Treasury plans to give its CIO more departmentwide authority


ACES contract spurs feds' online interests


GSA, union tussle over warehouse closures


Cautions still run high over systems readiness


GCN_Commentary

THE BELTWAY AND BEYOND


The View From Inside


Editorial


Letters

Letters to the Editor


GCN_TechBriefs

USDA unifies its HR services


Interview: Anne F. Thomas


School lunch EDI system gives paperwork a recess


GCN_Tech Trends

Controversial security site to return under new management


Key encrypts, authenticates on client'not server


Security tool lets users run single e-mail system with both Unix, Windows clients


Have emergency, will travel


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