IDG World Expo on Tuesday revealed more details
Macworld Conference & Expo’s
forthcoming MacIT conference track — a first for the event. The MacIT conference track kicks off with Macworld Conference & Expo’s return to San Francisco, Calif. in January.
MacIT offers sessions on servers, services, security, IT management, integration and networking, according to the event’s coordinator. The MacIT track kicks off with a session entitled “A History of Macintosh Networking — Lessons Learned, Future Impact,” headed by Alan Oppenheimer. Oppenheimer co-created the AppleTalk Network System and is founder and President of Open Door Networks.
Also scheduled are more than 30 sessions applicable to Mac-using IT professionals, including Apple Enterprise Solutions Update presented by Thomas Weyer of Apple; Concepts in Mac and PC Integration, presented by Phil Goodman of Goodman Consulting; Does it Scale? Completing the Transition to OS X in the Enterprise, presented by John Mulhern III of the University of Pennsylvania, Web Services for the Rest of Us, presented by Stuart Wilkes of Iscentia Ltd.; Designing Complex AirPort Networks, presented by Bill Wiecking of the Maui High Performance Computing Center; and many more. Details are available from the Web site.
Macworld Conference & Expo takes place January 5-9, 2004, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Calif. Early bird registration discounts are now available.
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