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The Intelligence Community (IC) released the Principles of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Ethics for the Intelligence ...
January-March 2001 Issue
USB If you have purchased a new personal computer (PC) recently, your system is probably USB-ready. This means that your PC ...
April-June 2001 Issue
CHIPS recently interviewed Dr. Cathy Allen regarding the security of financial transactions on the Internet. BITS was formed ...
April-June 2001 Issue
Are you an email zombie? How about your boss or subordinates? The following questions will help you decide if you are one of ...
April-June 2001 Issue
Greetings. In this issue, we will explore a minimalist's management philosophy for using the World-Wide Web as an interface ...
July-September 2001 Issue
Michael Dell was a featured speaker at Connecting Technology (CT) Spring 2001. While visiting CT, Mr. Dell graciously ...
July-September 2001 Issue
You don't have to look very far in private industry to see that handheld computing devices Personal Digital Assistants ...
October-December 2001 Issue
Retired Rear Admiral Tobin is the Executive Director of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) ...
October-December 2001 Issue
Today's workplace demands a new kind of worker. Data is dispatched in picoseconds and gigabits and this deluge of ...
October-December 2001 Issue
I feel the need…OK, most people are familiar with the line from the film "Top Gun," but this same movie quote can sum up ...
January-March 2002 Issue
From the invention of underwater warfare to the modern anti-missile defense technology of today's warfighter, the Department ...
January-March 2002 Issue
How many of us would allow complete strangers to walk into our homes and listen to our daily conversations? No one that I ...
April-June 2002 Issue
What are Personal Digital Assistants? Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) are compact devices used to help organize ...
TAGS: PED, Wireless
April-June 2002 Issue
After dropping various thinly veiled hints here and there in articles for the last few years, I finally decided it was time ...
April-June 2002 Issue
Since Task Force Web (TFW) was chartered and empowered by CNO to act as the catalyst, traffic cop and principal enabler of ...
July-September 2002 Issue
In honor of the 20th anniversary year of CHIPS, the editors have asked me to dust off my "Way-Back" Machine and look back at ...
July-September 2002 Issue
Ask the experts at the SPAWAR Systems Center Charleston Technology Training Center Norfolk. The training team shares field ...
October-December 2002 Issue
Welcome to Part 2 of our excursion through the history of desktop computing. Hardware is an important element of personal ...
October-December 2002 Issue
Nellis Air Force Base (AFB), Nev., flightline hosted a rodeo, but instead of bulls, broncos and clowns, participants ...
January-March 2003 Issue
Welcome back to the third in a series of articles reviewing the history of personal computing. In the summer issue of CHIPS, ...
April-June 2003 Issue
This is the final installment in the "History" series. In the first two installments we looked at the development of ...
TAGS: PED
July-September 2003 Issue
In today's world of computing, you can select from a smorgasbord of operating systems such as IBM OS/2, Linux, Macintosh, ...
July-September 2003 Issue
Last issue we completed our one-year, four-issue journey through a history of personal computing. Having stowed the Way Back ...
January-March 2004 Issue
In today's world, most of us have three basic expectations: Flip a switch and electricity will provide power; turn on a tap ...
April-June 2004 Issue
In CHIPS Winter 2004, we looked at the development of the telephone, telephone systems, and the traditional ...
July-September 2004 Issue
In the last two installments of the Lazy Person's Guide, we reviewed the history and development of analog and digital ...
October-December 2004 Issue
I would like to state up front, that I wrote this article because I lost a bet. No money changed hands. The bet was just a ...
April-June 2005 Issue
You are traveling through another dimension — a dimension of bits and bytes and information. It is a journey into a wondrous ...
July-September 2005 Issue
Losing Control Over the last 15 years the computing environment has changed from one dominated by the laborious ...
October-December 2005 Issue
I have resigned myself to a simple fact of modern life: Thanks to the marvels of modern communications technology, I will ...
January-March 2006 Issue
We spend hours every day staring at a window that has evolved over the last 30 years from a low resolution, text-based ...
TAGS: PED
April-June 2006 Issue
Welcome to the continuing saga of how technology controls our lives. This installment of the Lazy Person's Guide will ...
July-September 2006 Issue
Background Department of Navy (DON) employees frequently work at home. In the office, there is a staff dedicated to the ...
July-September 2006 Issue
Lt. Cmdr. Jim McGowan is a Registered Dietitian (RD) and member of the Medical Service Corps with a Master of Science ...
July-September 2006 Issue
"No mercy, no power but its own controls it. Panting and snorting like a mad battle steed that has lost its rider; the ...
October-December 2006 Issue
The Internet is a big place. It may not be as large as the universe, 78 billion light years, but it is quite probably the ...
January-March 2007 Issue
Department of the Navy (DON) networks are under continuous attack by an invasion of "spam on steroids." There has been a ...
October-December 2007 Issue
During the past 18 months, the Department of the Navy (DON) has reported more than 100 incidents involving the loss of ...
October-December 2007 Issue
We've all heard nightmarish tales of identity theft, but that only happens to someone else, right? Wrong! Security breaches ...
October-December 2007 Issue
The trooper was large, granite-jawed and wearing the iconic "Smokey Bear" hat. His name tag read "Cragg." I wasn't sure if ...
January-March 2008 Issue
Welcome to the World of the External Mind, where the amount of information we attempt to process every day far exceeds the ...
April-June 2008 Issue
Stronger and improved security settings were implemented for all Navy Marine Corps Intranet BlackBerry devices in February. ...
April-June 2008 Issue
Communication, as we may remember, consists of four parts: sender, receiver, message and medium. The sender constructs a ...
July-September 2008 Issue
The dawn was cold and gray as Joe slipped on his coat and swallowed the last bit of coffee. Last night's research was ...
July-September 2008 Issue
Since 1988, the Defense Department's Interoperability Communications Exercise has been the only DoD exercise whose primary ...
July-September 2008 Issue
Cyberspace: the Wild West of the 21st century. The world is migrating information, commerce, governance and leisure ...
October-December 2008 Issue
All Department of the Navy personnel should continue to increase their level of awareness about properly safeguarding ...
October-December 2008 Issue
In the last installment of the Lazy Person's Guide we looked at botnets, collections of computers corrupted by malicious ...
January-March 2009 Issue
There has been a lot of emphasis lately on computer security and the menace of cyber warfare. However, having surveyed the ...
April-June 2009 Issue
The Going Mobile series of articles began in the January – March 2009 issue of CHIPS. In it we discussed "Enterprise ...

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