A picture-perfect Vista? Maybe not, but there’s a lot to like about Microsoft’s forthcoming operating system, including a snazzy user interface, stronger security and improved network features
Wagering on Wi-Fi Will municipal Wi-FI’s current growing pains give way to ubiquitous coverage, or will the wireless boom fall back to earth?
A new view of MOBIS Services GWAC indirectly supports IT projects
Beleaguered GTSI sheds reseller model
After suffering a ‘perfect storm’ in 2005, company officials steer new course
DHS disputes GAO card audit
First eco-friendly computers certified
Editorial: Security matters Imagine doing your job without a connection to the Internet
Welles: The dynamics of technology
Lisagor: Counting your neighbor’s wealth
Cita Furlani wants to get the questions right
New director of NIST’s IT Lab mixes technical smarts with management savvy
Discrimination complaints decline
D.C. builds excess capacity into fiber network
Tech authority should operate and manage DC-NET, officials say
Web filtering’s second act
Vendors try to turn down the heat
Sun and HP appeal to data-center managers with energy-saving servers, cooling systems
Black Box opens in federal market
Bon voyage for Defense Travel System?
Senate tries policy shift to lift ailing DOD program
Virginia gives contractors tax relief
Critics fault AIIM guidelines
OMB catalogs enterprise architecture policies
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