Three perspectives on IPv6

GCN and its affiliate publications on the next generation of Internet protocols

This feature is part of an IPv6 special report jointly created by Government Computer News, Federal Computer Week and Washington Technology. In its Feb. 4 issue, FCW explains how to put together an "elevator pitch" to convince senior executives to support IPv6 programs. In its Feb. 11 issue, Washington Technology outlines the business opportunities associated with IPv6 leading up to and beyond the June deadline.

To read these stories online, click here.

Know your IPv6?

For the lowdown on what IPv6 is and what it can do for you, check out our IPv6 FAQ at GCN.com/953.

Maxine Lunn, research director at 1105 Government Information Group, conducted surveys on agencies' and vendors' IPv6 awareness and readiness. Watch her discuss the results here.

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