Upcoming Tech Events for June

June 5, 2005
Throughout June
The Microsoft Shared Web Hosting Technical Seminar
Multiple locations

Get the skills and new tools you need to lower Shared Hosting operational costs while driving revenue. Learn how the Website Starters for Windows — a set of third-party applications optimized to run in a Windows-based hosted environment — can help you increase revenue. Applications in Website Starters for Windows (including DotNetNuke Portal Builder, and Telligent Community Server Forums, Blogs, and Photo Gallery) drive end-customer interest and up-sell by providing a full set of compelling features built by Microsoft partners and the community. This technical session will show you how to deploy the Website Starters in your hosting environment.


June 6-7, 2005
HostingCon 2005
Chicago, USA

HostingCon 2005 is the only conference and exhibition focused on the hosting industry. Whether you're an executive or a system administrator you'll learn from the best and brightest in the industry, network with your peers, and take a step on the path to growing your hosting business.
Our conference agenda is packed with information and insight from the best and brightest in the Hosting Industry. HostingCon 2005's broad selection of conference sessions and keynote addresses will help you learn how to take your hosting business to the next level.
You'll find the latest and greatest products and services for your business in our exhibit hall from some of the most respected vendors in the industry. Filled with more than 50 exhibitors, you're sure to find the right fit for your business.
It's not all about hard work! It's also about quality play! Join other hosting professionals and vendor representatives in the fun and exciting events surrounding HostingCon 2005. From parties to poker tournaments, there's sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.


June 6-9, 2005
Supercomm 2005
Chicago, USA

At one time and in one place, SUPERCOMM encompasses every communications technology: Broadband. Enterprise Networks. Converged Wireless. And the entire Public Network Infrastructure. Exhibitors gather from around the world and more than 145 free and paid education sessions are presented by more than 500 global industry leaders. Held in Chicago, the vibrant center of American commerce, SUPERCOMM remains the one must-attend communications marketplace for products, services, ideas and solutions


June 7 - 8, 2005
The Forum on Information Security in Government
Washington D.C., USA

Forum presenters are experienced security practitioners from government and industry who will share with you real-world strategies and lessons learned. Optional workshops before and after the Forum let you leverage your travel time and budget and immerse yourself in specific topics. MIS’ Browser Bookstore offers information security publications you can review, purchase, or order. You are invited to relax and wind down from your first day of learning and catch up with colleagues at Tuesday’s reception. Plus, session leaders Jim Litchko, Tim Polk, Matt Fisher, and Derek Melber will be available to talk tech and sign their latest books.


June 13, 2005
Atlanta, USA

What will our information security architectures look like as we approach 2006 - 2008? Author, industry analyst and SANS director Stephen Northcutt presents a short summary of his research on the threat, how reactivity drives our architectures. He reports on innovations with promise as well as SANS picks for the top technologies and practices for the near future.


June 13-14, 2005
Gartner Application Integration & Web Services Summit
Barcelona, Spain

After many years of trial and error by leading edge enterprises, service oriented architecture is finally reaching mainstream adoption. Enabled by affordable and proven application integration technology and popularised by Web services standards SOA has become a key success factor of high-profile business initiatives such as mergers & acquisitions, customer relationship management, supply chain management, multi-channel and ultimately the real-time enterprise.

However, the fundamental middleware technology at the core of any SOA infrastructure is dramatically changing because of the impact of phenomena such as open source, new paradigms such as grid computing and standards such as web services. Widespread adoption of SOA is having a profound impact on corporate IT. SOA changes the governance processes and organisational structure associated with the design, development, deployment and management of new application and requires a revision of classic approaches to application integration. Meanwhile, new technologies such as business activity monitoring and complex event processing are shaping another quantum leap in terms of the business impact of software infrastructure strategies.


June 23-24, 2005
BroadBand Strategies Summit
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Competition in the broadband market is ever increasing with prices falling rapidly and an ever growing number of entrants. Broadband economics and business models are under increasing examination and innovation.
To conquer the competitive threats and exploit the growth opportunities new and compelling broadband technologies, services and content are required.

June 20-24, 2005
The International Conference on Automation, Control, and Applications Novosibirsk, Russia

The International Conference on Automation, Control, and Applications (ACIT-ACA 2005), sponsored by IASTED and the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, will take place from June 20 to June 24, 2005 in Novosibirsk, Russia. This conference will act as a major forum for international scientists, engineers, and industry practitioners to present the latest research, results, ideas, developments, and applications in all areas of automation, control, and information technology. It aims to strengthen relations between industry, research laboratories, and universities.


June 27-30, 2005
IADIS International Conference
Qawra, Malta

The IADIS e-Society 2005 conference aims to address the main issues of concern within the Information Society. This conference covers both the technical as well as the non-technical aspects of the Information Society. Broad areas of interest are eGovernment / eGovernance, eBusiness / eCommerce, eLearning, eHealth, Information Systems, and Information Management. These broad areas are divided into more detailed areas.


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