WASHINGTON TECHNOLOGY -- DECEMBER 19, 1996
HEALTH INFORMATION SOLUTIONS
The growing market for health care technology is turning infotech company heads.
Magnetic storage will continue to attract users, but more efficient storage is on the way.
Tech Business/Integration Focus
Zoning boards rule, communities gripe and CellularOne plants a 100-foot plastic tree in the battle over cell phone antennas.
Technology came back to bite Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski when he was arraigned via teleconferencing.
SPOTLIGHT ON PROCUREMENT Outsourcing might be the answer to the government's efficiency questions.
INFOTECH and THE LAW The ins and outs of intellectual property laws and how they work.
Comstor gives resellers a crack at the Internet.
INTERNET 201 Naughty or nice? An Internet wish list.
IN THE NETPLEX
Local banks are trying hard to lure infotech business dollars.
WHO'S ON FIRST
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