Technology May Boost Internet Smut Law
New age-verification technology may make the anti-smut law easier to defend in court, observers say
Telecom's Nordic Track
Sweden is the world center of mobile telephony, with Ericsson as a driving force
IBM Launches New Internet Business
Content hosting has become IBM Global Services' new frontier, and Atlanta will be the first territory to conquer
Biometrics Fuels Integrator Opportunity
State and local governments deploy the much-hyped technology to curb fraud
4The world's integration market owes a debt to government.
9Our somewhat irreverent look at technology at large, plus follow-ups on predictions and stories.
10Universities, associations and companies step up lobbying efforts to protect R&D spending.
10White-owned firms seek entry into the White Houses' new race-neutral 8(a) program.
14INTEGRATION FOCUS: Mass storage products seek to put storage control in PC users' hands.
12WT talks to IBM's Dennie Welsh about the company's changes to its Notes groupware.
22INFOTECH and THE LAW: Major changes for software and data warranties are proposed.
25Texas Instruments carries on its CEO's legacy of digital signal processors.
26State information technology executive discusses Texas' IT work.
31THE RADAR SCREEN: Electronic commerce benefits from recent advancements in Internet speed, bandwidth and security.
28Iomega's Zip drive gets a boost from the federal market, but competition is heating up.
28Yahoo! aligns itself to converge on broadcasters.
30INTERNET 201: Tips on how to find the right Internet search strategy.
IN THE NETPLEX
36The new director of the Potomac KnowledgeWay discusses her vision for the Netplex.
36The story behind DIGEX and one company's strategy for rapid growth.
38WHO'S ON FIRST
The June 13 article, "Alpha Architecture Makes Gains as a Military Platform," should have reported that the Department of Defense contributes 30 percent or $300 million to Digital Equipment Corp.'s total government revenue. WT regrets the lack of clarity.