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January 12, 2009

Five technologies and five priorities that will define the year for government CTOs


Cover Story

5 IT priorities for 2009


5 technology waves to ride in 2009


Editor's Desk

IT's role in the year ahead


Interview

Tom Tovar | DNS requires a layered approach


GCN Lab Reviews

HP Color LaserJet CM3530


HP Color LaserJet CM2320


Lexmark X782e


Xerox Phaser 6180MFP/N


The ink option


Brother MFC-9450CDN


Panasonic KX-MC6040


Oki Data C5550n MFP


Colorful language


Cybereye

The CTO's challenge


Reality Check

The evolution of SOA


GCN Insider

Let the cracking begin


Technology that helps share helps best


Critical chain on the runway


Bend it like...HP


Tech Reports

Hord Tipton, International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium


Teresa Carlson, Microsoft's U.S. federal government unit


Michael Daconta, Chief Technology Officer, Accelerated Information Management


Venkatapathi Puvvada, Chief Technology Officer, Unisys


John Gilligan, Gilligan Group


Jonathan Bruehl, IBM Center for The Business of Government


Andy Blumenthal, ATF


Patrick Finn, Cisco's federal business


Tom Greenspon, Booz Allen Hamilton


Alan Paller, SANS Institute director of research


Vance Hitch, Justice Department CIO


Patrick Pizzella, Labor Department CIO


Dave McQueeney, IBM Federal chief technology officer


Vinton Cerf, Google's Chief Internet Evangelist


Top federal IT issues of 2009


Ed Meagher, SRA International


Dave Wennergren, Defense Department Deputy CIO


Harry Raduege, Deloitte Center for Network Innovation


Bill Vass, President of Sun Microsystems Federal


Tech Trends

A winding path to unified storage