Agenda

JUNE

23-27 ATM Year 97. San Jose Convention Center and the Fairmont Hotel. San Jose Calif.This event will address the entire scope of Asynchronous Transfer Mode alone and in relation to other broadband technologies.Call (800) 200-4884 Web www.tticom.com/atmyear97.

23-27 Ninth Computer Security Incident Handling Workshop. Marriott Hotel. Bristol England.In recognition of the global spread of computer networks and the problems faced by computer owners the conference presentations are international in scope. They include the latest in incident response and prevention vulnerability analysis and computer security.Call 44-1235-822236 e-mail workshop@ukerna.ac.uk.

24 Technology Expo. Fort Benning in Columbus Ga. and the Energy Department in Washington D.C.The Federal Business Council is sponsoring this one-day expo. Technologies requested include Banyan VINES LAN/WAN DOS Unix memory boards CPU upgrades network security imaging Internet/intranet remote access and project management.Call (800) 878-2940 Ext. 212.

24 End-to-End Network Security Solutions Seminar. Sheraton Eatontown. Eatontown N.J.Sponsored by Cisco Systems Inc. and Sylvest Management Systems Corp. this seminar is targeted toward government/Defense Department information systems professionals who need end-to-end network security solutions.Call (703) 883-9364 e-mail sylvest@encmkt.com.

25-27 Card Impact '97: Smart Cards in the Real World. Annapolis Marriott Waterfront Hotel. Annapolis Md.Sponsored by Telecommunications Reports International Inc.Call (800) 822-MEET or (202) 842-3022 Ext. 3017 Web www.tr.com.

25-27 PC Nightmare Symposium. Marriott Downtown Hotel. Chicago.Sponsored by ICN this conference is dedicated to defining and solving the ongoing challenges of PC management in the enterprise. Call (407) 740-0700.

26 Women in Technology meeting. "Trends and Advances in Electronic Messaging." McLean Hilton McLean Va. Members: $25 prepaid $30 at door. Nonmembers: $35 prepaid $40 at door.Call (703) 267-3565.

26 "The NT Solution - Compaq and Oracle on NT." Best Western Bayview Inn Bremerton Wash. Sponsored by Compaq Computer Corp./Oracle Corp. this free seminar is for those who want to learn how to migrate to an NT environment.To register call (703) 883-9363 fax (703) 883-9366 e-mail compaq-oracle@encmkt.com.

26 "The Evolution of a New Protest Environment." A review and discussion of the new protest environment and its impact on federal agencies and SDB awards. Fairview Park Marriott Falls Church Va.Call (703) 876-5058.26-27 Windows NT Server Basics. Cleveland.Call (714) 725-0253.

JULY

10 Third Annual Washington-Area VAR Seminar on Selling IT to the Federal Government. Sheraton Premier Hotel. Tysons Corner Va.Sponsored by Bay Networks Inc. and Westcon Inc. this seminar is designed for systems integrators value-added resellers and 8(a) companies.Call (800) 996-70-35 e-mail sschwartzreich@westcon.com.

10 "The NT Solution - Compaq and Oracle on NT." Hyatt Regency. Waikiki Hawaii. Sponsored by Compaq Computer Corp./Oracle Corp. To register call (703) 883-9363 fax (703) 883-9366 e-mail compaq-oracle@encmkt.com.

13-18 CA-World '97. Sponsored by Computer Associates International Inc. Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and 45 area hotels. New Orleans. Attendee hot line: (800) CA INFO97 exhibitor hot line: (516) DIAL EXHIBIT Web www.caworld.com.

14-17 Second Public Workshop on the Systems Security Engineering Capability Maturity Model. Tamiment Resort ad Conference Center. The Poconos Pa.Call (410) 859-6091 e-mail schanken@romulus.ncsc.mil Web aslan.ncsa.uiuc.edu.

14-17 Fifth TCL/TK Workshop. Seattle.Sponsored by the Usenix Association.Call (714) 588-8649 e-mail info@usenix.org Web www.usenix.org.

16-18 Customer '97: Customer Acquisition and Retention Strategies for the New Competitive Era in Telecom. Washington Marriott Hotel. Washington D.C.Sponsored by Telecommunications Reports International Inc.Call (800) 822-MEET or (202) 842-3022 Ext. 3017 Web www.tr.com.

AUGUST

3-8 SIGGRAPH 97 Conference and Exhibition. Los Angeles Convention Center. Los Angeles.Call (312) 321-6830 e-mail siggraph97@siggraph.org.

20-22 1997 Northeast Electronic Document Systems Conference and Exhibit. Sponsored by Xplor International. Rhode Island Convention Center Providence R.I. Call (800) ON-EXPLOR Ext. 521 fax (310) 375-4240 Web www.explor.org.

SEPTEMBER

3-5 Telco-Cable IX: The Ninth Annual Conference on the Battle for the Digital Broadband Consumer. J.W. Marriott Hotel. Washington D.C.Sponsored by Telecommunications Reports International Inc.Call (800) 822-MEET or (202) 842-3022 Ext. 3017 Web www.tr.com.

8-11 Internet Commerce Expo. Conference fees range from $250 to $1 195. General conference single-session tickets are available for $99. Exhibits Internet open and keynote passes are free. Los Angeles Convention Center.Call (800) 667-4423 Web www.idg.com/ice.

8-12 Air Force Information Technology Conference. Maxwell Air Force Base Gunter Annex Montgomery Ala.The theme for this year's conference is "Achieving Information Superiority."Call (334) 416-3261 e-mail larrumbidea@ssg.gunter.af.mil.

11-12 "How to Get Paid on Time by the U.S. Government." Sponsored by the National Institute of Federal Procurement. Watergate Hotel Washington D.C. Call (303) 575-1560.

14-16 Telecosm Conference. Ritz Carlton-Rancho Mirage. Palm Springs Calif.Presented in conjunction with Forbes Magazine this conference is geared toward high-level industry executives analysts influencers and visionaries from technology telecommunications and public policy industries.Call (212) 205-5521 e-mail Telecosm@forbes.com.

Please fax Agenda notices to Colleen Kelly at (703) 876-5126.

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