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A new look for GCN.com

Coming: Oct. 22

The new look and design of GCN reflected in this issue will carry over to GCN.com, beginning Oct. 22. In addition to cleaner- looking pages, GCN.com will also feature a new home page design, making it easier to find GCN's latest lab test reviews, technology trend reports, guest columnists and other signature features.

2007 GCN Gala Awards

Coming: Oct. 24

The GCN Gala Awards turn 20 this year. Look for video highlights of the Oct. 24 GCN Gala Awards ceremony beginning Oct. 30. For a collection of profiles of this year's 12 award-winning projects and GCN's Executives of the Year ' plus a look at winners over the past 20 years ' go to GCN.com and enter GCN.com/856.

GCN Lab TV

What were the real pros and cons in using Panasonic's Toughbook notebook in a climb to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro? GCN Lab Director John Breeden II discusses Senior Editor Rutrell Yasin's findings in the latest episode of GCN Lab TV on GCN.com/855. And don't miss the online slide show of
Yasin's journey, GCN.com/839.

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New contracts call for merging data centers software projects

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GCN Lab Review: The latest version of Norton Ghost gets a lot friendlier while still performing first

Single sign-on systems can tighten security, cut help-desk costs and keep users happy

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