Upcoming Industry Events for the Month of March

March 4, 2005
March 8, 2005
Trust, Socrates and the Semantic Web
Socrates never wrote anything, and confined his philosophy to spoken debate. The important issues for Socrates were trust and control: he felt the radical decontextualisation that resulted from the portability and stasis of written forms would obscure the author’s intentions, and allow the misuse of the written outside of the local context. Trust has once more become a central problem, both politically and epistemologically, but since Socrates’ day, various technologies have undermined his distinction, making the relationship between trustworthiness and linguistic mode more complex. In the context of Socrates’ arguments, this paper reviews recent developments in Semantic Web technologies, showing (a) how developers and authors attempt to establish trust in their websites, web services or e-commerce processes, and (b) how new work in dynamic content creation further blurs the spoken/written and global/local distinctions.

March 10-16, 2005
CeBIT 2005
The market for information and telecommunications technology has undergone a dynamic transformation, and the breakneck pace of development in IT, telecommunications, software and services has opened up completely new perspectives for our work and daily lives. Convergence is the future buzzword. CeBIT has reacted to the dynamic changes to meet the requirements of tomorrow's work and play. In 2005 CeBIT will complete its transformation to the world of digital solutions.

March 11-13, 2005
1st Southeastern Conference in Instructional Design and Technology
The Instructional Design and Development (IDD) program faculty and graduate students and College of Education at the University of South Alabama are hosting the 1st Southeastern Conference in Instructional Design and Technology (IDT) March 11-13, 2005. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to share ideas, research, and memories with your colleagues from several Southeastern Universities!

March 13-16, 2005
NetPro's Directory Experts Conference (DEC)
Presenting sponsor, NetPro, Gold sponsor, Centrify, and Bronze sponsor, Microsoft, will team to deliver the Fourth Annual conference, which remains the only conference dedicated to advancing the skills of the most experienced Active Directory users. And new this spring, we've added two additional tracks - one devoted to MIIS and a one-day afternoon Executive Track designed to provide vital insight on directory services strategies and business processes.
This year's theme, Securing Your Enterprise Infrastructure with Microsoft Identity Management Technologies, will serve as the centerpiece for the conference, driving the advanced technical sessions, interactive roundtables, and facilitated panel discussions. DEC also will feature "AD All Night" a hands-on, interactive team workshop where delegates test their security skills in a hands-on shoot out.

March 14, 2005
Hide and Seek - Internet Marketing
An overview of the basic forms of Internet Marketing ( W eb site,
search engine listings, email, and online ads).
An introduction to Internet Marketing vendors.
A look at what other companies (such as your competitors) are
doing online.
A look at how you can participate and what it will cost.

March 14 – 15, 2005
UK Technology Innovation and Growth Forum 2005
The UK Technology Innovation and Growth Forum is now the most successful forum of its kind outside the United States and provides an interesting and invaluable insight to some of Britain's most innovative growth technology firms. In 2005, the UK Technology Innovation & Growth Forum will bring together an unrivalled group of speakers to give a unique overview of our industry, as well as showcasing Britain's best growth technology firms - both private and small-cap public - who have been hand-picked by some of the UK's leading technologists and advisors

March 17, 2005
COMET 2, a HEFCE-funded Good Management Practice project is hosting its final one-day conference at Edge Hill, Ormskirk, Lancashire.
The conference will feature two keynote presentations and a number of parallel sessions and workshops demonstrating how ICT developments are becoming embedded in teaching and learning. There will also be presentations from all the projects supported by COMET 2

March 23-25, 2005
Nonprofit Technology Conference
It's the premier annual event for anyone interested in helping nonprofits make more effective use of technology to achieve their missions. This Conference will be your best opportunity to meet peers and build relationships, share resources and ideas, and learn more about how nonprofits are putting technology to work for them.

March 29 - April 1, 2005
2005 IEEE International Conference on e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-Service (EEE'05)
The IEEE International Conference on eTechnology, eCommerce, and eService aims to bring together researchers and developers from diverse areas of computing, developers and practitioners to explore and address the challenging research issues on eTechnology in order to develop a common research agenda and vision for eCommerce and eBusiness.

March 31 - April 2, 2005
ABA TECHSHOW is the world's premiere legal technology conference, and the only technology conference and exposition developed by and for lawyers and other legal professionals. Our program attracts more than 1400 attendees from around the globe. If you can only attend one conference on technology and its role in the practice of law, this is the one. Legal Professionals who are interested in legal technology! ABA TECHSHOW offers more than 65 education and training sessions in eight different tracks

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