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Work in Progress: IPv6 -- The big sell (Feb. 4)

One of the toughest challenges managers face in transitioning their networks to Internet Protocol version 6 is convincing those who control the purse strings that this needs their attention. FCW reporter Mathew Weigelt will put together talking points about the benefits of IPv6 that transition managers can use to get their boss’ attention, even though the boss may know little about the technology.


This article is part of a “360” report by FCW, GCN and Washington Technology, in which each publication will tackle the topic from its own perspective: FCW looking at management and policy issues, GCN focusing on technology and Wash Tech discussing the business ramifications for government contractors.

Posted by John Zyskowski on Jan 18, 2008 at 12:18 PM


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