MacIT conference returns to Macworld Expo

IDG World Expo on Tuesday announced the schedule for the MacIT Conference at Macworld Conference & Expo, which returns to San Francisco’s Moscone Center from January 8 - 12, 2007.

The three-day MacIT Conference provides in-depth training in client, security and network management techniques. This year, IDG World Expo has announced that Schoun Regan, long a fixture of the MacIT track and CEO of, has been appointed the Conference Chair for the event.

The MacIT conference track features 45 different sessions broken into five topics: System Imaging & Deployment; Mac OS X In the Enterprise Arena, Service Solutions Using Mac OS X Server; Mac OS X Management and Administration, and Securing Mac OS X.

New highlights of this year’s MacIT conference schedule include “The Mac IT Kick-Off Forum,” featuring Regan, Josh Wisenbaker, Philip Rinehart and others; Amit Singh’s “Taming Mac OS X File Systems” session; “Managing Directory Services on Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server,” by Regan and Nigel Kersten; “Optimizing Mac OS X Server File Services,” from Kersten; and “Xserve and Leopard Server,” presented by Apple product managers Doug Brooks and Eric Zelenka.

More details about these and other sessions for Macworld Expo are available from the Web site.

IDG World Expo and Macworld publisher Mac Publishing are both owned by International Data Group (IDG).

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