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E-ballots: Will your vote count?

E-ballots: Will your vote count?

This U.S. election year, rather than punching holes or connecting dots on paper ballots, many of us will cast our...

January 6th, 2004 Janet Rae-Dupree
E-mail usage policy should consider ethics

E-mail usage policy should consider ethics

There's no question that e-mail is addicting for many and an unavoidable workplace necessity. For good or ill, e-mail prevails....

December 31st, 2003 Janet L. Evans
Industry and gov’t call for U.S.-wide cattle ID system

Industry and gov’t call for U.S.-wide cattle ID system

The discovery of a single cow with bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in a Washington state dairy herd in late December...

December 30th, 2003 Bob Brewin
U.S. Navy licenses chemical detection technology

U.S. Navy licenses chemical detection technology

By the middle of 2004, office buildings, factories, shopping malls and other public buildings could be equipped with life-saving chemical...

December 30th, 2003 Todd R. Weiss
MTI: Singapore-U.S. trade deal brings ICT opportunities

MTI: Singapore-U.S. trade deal brings ICT opportunities

The free trade agreement signed between Singapore and the U.S. (USSFTA) in May 2003 comes into force on Jan. 1,...

December 30th, 2003 David Legard
Foundation opens door to Net and knowledge

Foundation opens door to Net and knowledge

Amid all the talk about bringing computers and Internet access to the digital "have-nots" during the global Net summit that...

December 16th, 2003 John Blau
E-government app centre report due out

E-government app centre report due out

The final report on the feasibility of an "e-government application development centre" is expected to be published before the end...

December 16th, 2003 Stephen Bell
Chinese gov’t announces WLAN equipment security policy

Chinese gov’t announces WLAN equipment security policy

The Chinese government has settled on a policy that wireless LAN (WLAN) equipment made in China and sold for use...

December 14th, 2003 Network World Staff Network World US
IT takes stock of next PM

IT takes stock of next PM

Inasmuch as Canadian urbanites might look forward to a "new deal" for cities with Paul Martin as prime minister, it...

December 11th, 2003 Stefan Dubowski
Australian territory mandates open source consideration

Australian territory mandates open source consideration

The Australian Capital Territory has become the first Australian jurisdiction to mandate the consideration of open source software for government...

December 10th, 2003 Rodney Gedda