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05/22/2000

Volume 19 Issue 12 May 22 2000


GCN_Lab_Review

Cover the basics to get the most from a multichip server


Multichip servers


Mobile users can connect cheaply with IBM modem kit


Lab Notes


Internet Explorer rules on Mac and PC


GCN_News

With Windows' help, Corel suite runs under Linux OS


Intel finds it's a slow road to 800-MHz chip


Y2K center closes; calls for IT security site go unheeded


Hill demands E-FOIA review


Los Alamos IT crew creates Web link for workers


Experts say research can fill gaps in IT


SurfinGate scans Win 2000 certificates, filters Web sites, blocks malicious code


Agencies beta-test hardened open-source Unix OS


USPS will roll out sorting devices for mail transport and delivery


House committee moves to control sent documents


GE Capital IT Solutions shutters federal business, rescinds contract


Call centers, user satisfaction are crucial to e-gov success, experts say


Agriculture builds secure system for ethics reports


Navy is under the gun to answer Congress' questions about NMCI


Lab is home to some speedy supercomputers


AF colonel: Money alone won't keep IT workers


GAO, IG urge Defense to revamp finance apps


Peace Corps dumps Macs for PCs running NT


Lawmakers grill State about notebook theft


GCN_Commentary

THE BELTWAY AND BEYOND: Stephen M. Ryan


THE VIEW FROM INSIDE: Walter R. Houser


Letters

Letters to the Editor


GCN_TechBriefs

FAA launches oceanic net


Solo notebook weighs 3.6 lbs.


Coast Guard seeks data guru


IBM adds three new RS/6000s


GSA will subsidize PKI work


GSA joins smart-card group


Vint Cerf: Lead by example


Corrupt file foils FBI system


GCN_Tech Trends

For e-business, USPS licenses PKI service with Cylink's NetAuthority


INS rolls out an interactive voice response system


Agencies have access to new satellite services center


Navy network sails on ATM


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