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WT chats with Compaq's Mike Norris about the role integrators will play in the computer maker's future.
Bell Atlantic Jumps On Internet Bandwagon
It will be the latest in a string of telecom-Internet mergers, partnerships and strategies
Microsoft and Lotus Prepare for DoD Rumble
DMS becomes the key to penetrating markets well beyond the military complex
Telecom's Government Crusader
Bell Atlantic Federal Systems' Barbara Connor says she'll be aggressive in everything from collections to going after global market share.
Compaq Reveals Services Ambitions
The PC maker can no longer hide its integration scheme
Procurement Reform Ripples Through Industry
The government is looking at new ways of doing business, IT executives say
4How two misinformed brokers allegedly sent CSC's stock flying and an industry searching for answers.
9Our somewhat irreverent look at technology at large, plus follow-ups on predictions and stories.
10Infotech executives are fighting to reform state securities laws.
10The on-line industry pushes for privacy over the Internet.
13The White House outlines a defense plan for its information networks.
14Videoconferencing companies reach out to corporate America.
14The Department of Defense awards the $2.5 billion DEIS II contract.
16WALL STREET REVIEW
20INFOTECH and THE LAW: On-line distribution may improve software licensing.
23Wang gets into network storage management.
24 INTEGRATION FOCUS: Open systems technology is allowing the TV and computer industries to merge.
30A new IT strategy at the Treasury Department calls for closer relationships between vendors and government.
34Network Solutions, the Internet registrar, expands into integration, electronic commerce and directory services.
34The wireless communication industry is cashing in on CDPD technology.
36INTERNET 201: The Java language and knowledge management.
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38Anstec, a fast-growing 8(a) firm, prepares for life after graduation.
38A pilot incubator program in Montgomery County, Md., proves a success.
40The Maryland Assembly creates the Science & Technology Subcommittee.
42The high-tech industry is turning to executive search firms and the Internet for talent.
48WHO'S ON FIRST
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