Agenda

November

3 Seminar on Virtual Private Networking. Baltimore. This free seminar, offered by Shiva Corp., is focused on explaining the benefits of VPN. For additional dates and locations, call (800) 475-0832; Web, www.seminar.shiva.com.

3-5 Small Business Tech Expo. Hynes Convention Center. Boston. More than 8,000 technology managers, senior engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs are expected to attend this event, which will showcase the latest resources and technologies to launch products and develop partnerships. For more information, call (360) 683-1828; Web, www.zyn.com/sbexpo.

5 The National War College Computer Committee's Tech Expo '98. Fort McNair/National Defense University. Washington, D.C. Technologies will include hardware, laptops, graphics, multimedia, educational tools, software, the Internet and scanners. For more information, call (800) 878-2940; Web, www.fbcinc.com.

5 Executive Breakfast. Ritz-Carlton Hotel. McLean, Va. Sponsored by Federal Sources Inc. and co-sponsored by Federal Computer Week, Roger W. Baker, Commerce Department CIO, will speak on using electronic commerce to improve government. For more information, call (703) 610-8758.

5 On-site Technology Expo. Energy Department. Washington, D.C. Technologies will include workstations, wireless communications, videoconferencing, multi-media, the Internet, networking presentation systems and data warehousing. For more information, call (800) 878-2940; Web, www.fbcinc.com.

5 Technology Law for the Information Age. International Trade Center. Washington, D.C. The program will feature sessions on electronic commerce and telecommunications law. For more information, call (202) 626-3463.

7-12 ACM SIGAda Annual International Conference. Omni Shoreham Hotel. Washington, D.C. The conference will include professional development seminars, tutorials and workshops. For more information, call (800) 500-2711; Web, www.acm.org/sigada/conf/sa98.

8-13 19th Global Electronic Document Systems Conference and Exhibit. Opryland. Nashville, Tenn. Sponsored by Xplor International, the theme of this year's event is "Using Documents to Manage Knowledge." For more information, call (800) 669-7567, Ext. 521; Web, www.xplor.org.

-- For a more extensive list of upcoming events, visit www.fcw.com and select IT Daybook, followed by Agenda.

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