Technology and Related Events for November 2005

November 1, 2005
Every month we provide you with a breakdown of some of the key technology related meetings, conferences and workshops for that month. November is a particularly rich month for events; here is a sample of the best that are available.

New York City Technology Forum
November 1-2, 2005
New York Marriott Brooklyn
Brooklyn, NY

This event is for and about digital government. Anyone who influences or participates in technology decisions or implementations will benefit from attending. Session topics include: ‘The Future of Security: Cyber and Physical Security Convergence’, ‘Wireless Project Updates’, ‘Effective Patch Management’, ‘Demystifying ITIL’, and ‘GIS Application Development and Infrastructure’.

After 5 Showcase - WayPoint Technologies
State of Arizona
November 2, 2005

This wonderful event will showcase VisualVault, an Enterprise Content Management technology. The showcase will also feature the remarks of Tod Olsen, CTO and architect of VisualVault. Find out why Boeing, DuPont and the have selected VisualVault so solve critical business issues.

7-11 Nov, 2005
Cannes, France

The ITxpo event floor is loaded with the very latest solutions from technology providers at the very leading edge of their fields. See breakthrough innovations for yourself. Talk to experts who know their full potential. The focus is on problem solving. The atmosphere is refreshingly low-hype. 150 sessions planned.

Storage Decisions
November 9 - 11
The Venetian, Las Vegas, Nevada

There’s only really only one conference choice if you’re serious about storage. Find out this fall why 99% of all attendees say they would recommend Storage Decisions—the conference produced by the editorial team of Storage magazine—to their colleagues.

Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
November 9-11, 2005

Join the eighth Learning Technologies conference to investigate new and emerging learning technologies and their use. The conference will present expert opinion and showcase best practice from Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the USA.

CA World
November 12 - 17, 2005
Las Vegas, Nevada

CA World 2005 will suggest solutions, insights and tools needed to meet today's business challenges and rise to the opportunities of the future. It will show you how to make the most of your IT investments and offer access to high-profile industry leaders, outstanding networking opportunities and strategically-designed focus areas.

Supercomputing 2005
Seattle, Washington
November 12-18, 2005

The SC|05 Technical Program serves as the bridge between attendees and the research and development community, where new and innovative ideas in computing, networking, software, and storage are presented, exchanged, discussed, and debated. Program includes invited speakers who will present their views and prognostications on the field of supercomputing.

XML 2005
November 14 - 18, 2005
Atlanta, Georgia

XML 2005 is the largest independent XML conference, designed for professionals who want to use XML and related technologies to produce higher-quality data, increase production speed, and save money. The conference attracts leading experts and practitioners from around the world to explore the entire universe of XML-based technologies, including web services, publishing, data integration, information management, and evolving applications.

Fusion'05 : Nebraska
November 15, 2005
Embassy Suites
Lincoln, NE

This year's technology conference will highlight the State's work on shared services between state agencies, as well as the collaborative efforts occurring outside of the traditional state agency lines. This conference will provide an opportunity for various levels of government to exchange ideas, make contacts, and envision a future where the vast majority of government services are available online, any day, any time.

Teen Works 2005: Young People and the Internet
15th November 2005
Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea

The conference aims to explore young people's awareness and use of the Internet and mobile phones, and look at current and coming trends in this area. It also aims to look at current research and guidelines in this area, and provide relevant examples and strategies that young people and adults can use to take advantage of the Internet and mobile phone technologies, whilst ensuring their personal safety.

Through the specialist seminars in the afternoon, topics like child protection issues and moderating online communities will also be covered.

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