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11/22/1999

Volume 18 Issue 37 November 22 1999


GCN_Lab_Review

Coast Guard plans to anchor its LAN with a VPN early next year


Virtual private networks


Simply put, Harvard Publisher makes desktop publishing easy


Smart but slow word processor anchors the Lotus SmartSuite Millennium Edition


Installing Linux is not for the timid


GCN_News

Agencies take advantage of beltway IT boom


At Comdex, it's so long to I/O ports and hello to USB


The 820 motherboard puts afterburners on Deskpro


Help is on call for FTS cutover


Government is home to fastest supercomputers


Handhelds gain portable rival: tiny e-clipboard


Storage products are a hit at Comdex


Sprint offers local service in NYC


Two systems won't be ready by New Year's, Defense says


For two-year bridge services contract, Sprint cuts government FTS 2000 prices


FBI trains its security team in advanced IT skills


Mint cashing in on new economy of ERP system


House passes bill to establish statistical data centers


Outsourcing program improves operations, NASA official says


Government nearly ready for 2000, administration says


Command center ready to lead the way into Y2K


Mum's the word on record management rule


Archiving prototype is promising, NARA says


CIO says DOT's e-mail pilot is a success so far


Info attacks on Defense systems rise, DISA says


GCN_Commentary

Editorial


@INFO.POLICY


FEDERAL CONTRACT LAW


Letters

Letters to the Editor


GCN_TechBriefs

FBI deputy director to retire


NASA budget gets $1 billion


SSA sets final IWS/LAN plan


Fortezza will secure calls


Daley to release digital plans


Sun debuts Trusted Solaris 7


Deal reached on Net naming


DOD sets smart-card goals


Off-the-shelf apps fine-tune operations, save money


Navy will buy PCs for recruits


Interview: Daniel E. Porter


GCN_Tech Trends

Nortel builds in firewall services for Secure DSL


Extranet server from V-One sets up VPNs in a flash


FAA to unify telecom systems


INTERNAUT