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IDG World Expo on Monday offered details on some of the speakers that will be featured during Macworld Conference & Expo 2009, happening January 5 - 9, 2009 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Calif.

Macworld Conference & Expo’s 2009 conference faculty includes renowned speakers like Jim Heid, Deke Mclelland, David Pogue, Ted Landau, Bert Monroy, Chris Breen, Andy Ihnatko and David Blatner, according to IDG World Expo. New sessions have been added that are geared towards Mac users of all levels, with an enhanced focus on new Mac users.

The conference schedule is divided into six programs: Users Conference, MacIT Conference, Power Tools, Hands-on MacLabs, Market Symposiums and Creative Safari. All together, the five-day event will features more than 200 sessions led by 225 presenters, with more than 5,000 attendees expected to come for the conferences alone.

Top sessions planned for the January event include Teleworking 2009: A Technical Guide to Being & Managing a Remote Workstaff, a Power Tool session that will teach attendees how to implement the best wireless, LAN and WAN systems for telecommuters and how to safely host visitors on your network. A Users Conference session called The Designer’s Role in Sustainable Practice will offer tips and techniques for how designers can integrate environmental, social and financial sustainability into their work. Hands-on iWork is a two-hour hands on MacLab focused on Apple’s suite of applications that include Pages, Keynote and Numbers.

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

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