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Nine low-cost devices for the busy traveler that fit in the palm of your hand.
Storage virtualization gets downsized
Pooling smaller storage networks is hot now, though a grander multivendor vision endures.
Davis wins Treasury telecom battle
Death of TCE means thedepartment will buy from GSA's offerings.
FBI puts its modernization bets on Sentinel
House committee: Speed delivery of supplies to troops
Comings and goings
Editorial: Change, but fairly
Welles: Benefits count for feds
Experts at your fingertips
State Department used tech to find help for tsunami victims.
Revenge of the nerds
Where is your congressman?
Going where no search engine has gone before
Connotate Technologies uses information agents to extract data from Deep Web.
BlackBerry 7100t does it all
Infoblox delivers nonstop DNS
Perot Systems decides to add a government focus
The company has a new office, but can it compete?
Everybody knows CDW-G
Epipeline buy extends market information
Obscure FAR clause sows confusion
Defense auditors' interpretation could squeeze profits?
IT community braces for base realignment
NIST focuses on measurements for new IT technologies
Feds cram to meet ID deadlines
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