Agenda

1-4 TAWPI Work Process/99. Colorado Convention Center. Denver. The Association for Work Process Improvement's annual forum will include educational workshops, networking opportunities and sessions on data entry, document management, forms processing, electronic commerce and knowledge management. Call (212) 683-2489; Web, www.tawpi.org/annualforum.

9-12 LinuxWorld Conference and Expo. San Jose Convention Center. San Jose, Calif. The conference will include 18 tutorials and more than 35 conference sessions. Industry luminaries will offer advice and share real-world solutions, and attendees will be able to demonstrate software and technical tools. For more information, visit www.linuxworldexpo.com.

17-18 Securing the Future Through Technology. Fort Bragg, N.C. The 21st annual conference and exposition is sponsored by the North Carolina chapter of the Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association. Call Janice Suggs, (910) 483-2221.

18-20 Micro Information Products User Conference. Doubletree Hotel. Seattle. The conference will bring together nonprofit industry experts to discuss Year 2000 conversion, Internet implementation, audit preparation and strategic planning. Call (781) 224-1100.

23-25 HDI Expo 1999. Sheraton Mesa Hotel. Mesa, Ariz. The High Density Interconnect Expo is one of the leading events for semiconductor packagers, manufacturers and related substrate technology professionals. Call Les Kruger, (415) 905-2132; Web, www.hdiexpo.com.

23-26 Eighth Security Symposium. JW Marriott Hotel. Washington, D.C. This symposium, "Securing the Future - Today," is a four-day tutorial and technical program for security professionals, system and network administrators, and researchers. Visit www.usenix.org/events/sec99.

24-25 Preparing for Cyberwar. Doubletree Hotel. Arlington, Va. Hosted by the Defense Information Systems Agency and the Joint Task Force for Computer Network Defense, the show will have attendees from the four services and other Defense and intelligence agencies. Call Liz Hood, (800) 878-2940, Ext. 227.

30-Sept. 1 MultiMediaCom '99. Boston Marriott Copley Place. Boston. The conference will discuss the future of multimedia communications and collaboration, and there will be an exhibition of the latest industry breakthroughs and applications. Call (212) 966-0024; Web, www.bcr.com.

SEPTEMBER

8-9 InfowarCon '99. Hyatt Regency Crystal City. Arlington, Va. The conference's theme is "Options, Directions and Solutions for Defending Private and Government Infrastructures," Call (508) 879-7999; Web, www.infowar.com/conf/conf.shtml.

14-17 ION GPS '99. Nashville Convention Center. Nashville, Tenn. This conference, sponsored by the Institute of Navigation's Satellite Division, will focus on navigation, positioning and timing technology. Call (703) 683-1701; Web, www.ion.org.

18 Systems Engineering, Architecting and Business Process Re-engineering. Tycon Courthouse Building. Vienna, Va. This one-day tutorial will include principles of systems engineering, systems architecting business process re-engineering. Call (703) 767-8264; Web, www.incosewma.org.

22-24 Micro Information Products User Conference. Doubletree Hotel. Seattle. The conference will bring together nonprofit industry experts to discuss Year 2000 conversion, Internet implementation, audit preparation and strategic planning. Call (781) 224-1100.

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