TABLE OF CONTENTS
Tax Break for Computer Security
The infotech industry may gain billions from government efforts to promote anti-hacker defenses
Internet Telephony Comes of Age
Microsoft and Netscape stand to be VocalTec's new competitors
Intranet Market A Billion Dollar Opportunity
Federal market integrators could become the foremost implementors of the new technology
SAIC's Great Hunger
The integrator adds Bellcore to its plate of potential acquisitions
Venture Capital Hits All-Time High
Venture capital has a record year in U.S. and Washington
24Plugged In: Government's role in systems security
52Geographic Information Systems: GIS technology migrates from government mainframe to commercial desktop
4Integrators face greater scrutiny as they deploy welfare solutions.
9Our a la carte menu of hot news items, plus follow-ups on predictions and stories.
8Bills intended to curb the collection of children's information by companies must wait until 1997 after their defeat in Congress.
8California's Proposition 211, a securities litigation initiative, has infotech and legal industries in a fund-raising race.
13The U.S. telecommunications market could reach $1 trillion per year with a free trade agreement, says FCC Chairman Reed Hundt.
16BDM's GroupWise pact with Novell boosts the integrator's commercial prospects.
16Telecom giants launch a "one bill for all" strategy for business clients.
18WALL STREET REVIEW
18INFOTECH and THE LAW: Proposals for a new software licensing law may curb users' rights.
20Gerald Held, Oracle Corp.'s server guru, offers a view from the forefront of an infotech trend, the Internet server.
20 WorkSmart offers USF&G and others a new twist on total solutions.
48AT&T Solutions has snagged some major contracts and built its staff by raiding its competitors' ranks.
50RMS Technologies Inc. has linked with Lockheed Martin Corp. to enter the commercial market.
51INTERNET 201: Competitive intelligence on the Internet, Part Three.
IN THE NETPLEX
58IBM joins an electronic commerce consortium to energize its electronic ambitions.
58A whirlwind of acquisitions helped make the summer of 1996 memorable for Washington's high-tech region.
60NetDay East organizers are forced to change plans after sponsors and volunteers come up short.
63WHO'S ON FIRST
WT ONLINE Exclusive!
WT chats with SAIC's CFO William Roper about the integrator's ambitious buying spree.
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