IDG World Expo on Tuesday offered details about the MacIT conference schedule planned for Macworld Conference & Expo in Boston this July. This year’s Mac IT conference track is expected to focus on Mac OS X v10.4 “Tiger.” Macworld Conference & Expo will be held at the Hynes Convention Center from July 11 - 14, 2005.
More than 20 sessions are planned for the MacIT portion of this year’s show. The sessions are divided into four tracks: Servers and Services; Advanced User Topics; Mac OS X Troubleshooting; and Mac OS X Management and Administration. Specific sessions include: “Xserve Configuration and Remote Management,” presented by Schoun Regan of The Mac Trainers; “Directory Services and Tiger,” presented by industry consultant Michael Bartosh; “Mac OS X Forensics,” presented by Derrick Donnelly of BlackBag Technologies; “Optimizing Network Performance on Mac OS X,” presented by Peter Sichel of Sustainable Softworks; “Open Source Tools for eMail Encryption with mail.app,” presented by Matthew Caughron of The Mac Trainers; and “Tiger Server Web Services,” presented by consultant F Harvell.
Other events planned for this summer’s Expo include a special music festival held in collaboration with Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music, as well as other Tiger-related training to be taught by Mac industry veterans like David Pogue, Ted Landau, Dan Frakes and Bob LeVitus. IDG World Expo notes that Apple will not be participating in this Boston event.
IDG World Expo and Mac Publishing LLC are both business units of International Data Group (IDG).
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