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U.S. Navy Begins Comprehensive IT Asset Tracking

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The U.S. Navy has launched its first enterprisewide IT asset management initiative, which is expected to help it make more-effective decisions on the thousands of disparate systems it has deployed worldwide. Since January, the Navy has been using hosted iGovern software from Mountain View, CA's BDNA Corp. to scan the IP addresses of hardware and software residing in U.S. facilities on its sprawling MCI Inc. network. The data is then stored in an Oracle repository....

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