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Hi folks. We've just posted our September 25th issue of Network Computing. This is a special issue, devoted to a discussion of the inner workings of a comprehensive product-testing program....

Hi folks. We've just posted our September 25th issue of Network Computing. This is a special issue, devoted to a discussion of the inner workings of a comprehensive product-testing program.

In this edition, you'll find:

"DIY Lab Testing" -- Network Computing's Lab Director Ron Anderson explains how as information technology gets more complex, it's essential to test new hardware and software thoroughly and systematically to ensure compatability, performance, scalability and more.

"Justify My Lab" -- Contributing editor Jonathan Feldman provides step-by-step instructions for building a business plan and getting executive buy-in for your in-house lab.

"Tool Time" -- Senior technology editor Mike Fratto tells you how to choose tools to design top-notch test beds and develop solid test methodologies.

"Our World, Welcome To It" -- We take you on a guided tour of our own Real-World Labs®, with detailed diagrams of our test facilities in Chicago, Syracuse, N.Y., and Green Bay, Wis.

"Testing To Go" -- Executive editor Bruce Boardman tells you where to turn if you need to outsource product testing.

"Vendorspeak Exposed!" -- Technology editor Lori MacVittie and Syracuse University researcher Jeff Stanton provide a primer on deciphering vendor reports.

As always, you can grab the entire contents of the new issue from our RSS feed, or you can browse for stories here.

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