Feb. 11-13 New York
Data Storage Management and Business Continuity
Focusing on business survival through proactive data protection, recovery and contingency planning, this conference will include a Storage Area Network and Network Attached Storage workshop, the virtualization of storage risk, risks of third-party providers, interoperability, and crisis management processes.
Phone: (312) 894-6418
Feb. 26 Toronto
Access is Everywhere
Hosted by the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA), this one-day event will explore wireless access to data. Attendees will explore issues of privacy and security and meet with content providers, carriers, applications developers, ISPs and government officials, as well as members of CWTA’s Wireless Internet Council.
Fee: $450 for CWTA members, $600 for non-members
Phone: (613) 233-4888 ext. 103
March 11-13 Chicago
Gartner Wireless Access, Mobile Business Solutions 2002
This conference will examine the economic, social and legal trends that will affect enterprise adoption of mobile and wireless technologies for intranet, business-to-business and business-to-consumer processes across all industries. Gartner analysts will cover three tracks each day: mobile business market and architectures, managing the mobile-enabled company, and enterprise applications and technology solutions.
Fee: US$1,295 for Gartner clients, US$1,595 for non-clients
Phone: (203) 316-6757
E-mail: [email protected]
March 17-21 Orlando, Fla.
IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking 2002
WCNC 2002 will present the latest developments in leading-edge technology in wireless telecommunications, and provide the opportunity to network with industry leaders and experts from around the world. Topics include modulation, coding, data compression, and other physical-layer issues, as well as network-layer issues such as routing, random access, multiple access, collision resolution, quality of service and multimedia.
Email: [email protected]
May 21-23 Baltimore
Service Networks 2002
Service Networks is a unified conference and expo from the organizers of ISPCON, LAST MILE and CDN events. As the ISP market expands to include all sets of service providers and emerging technologies, the CDN market has accelerated in its development towards enterprise services. This conference will examine the pieces of the CDN puzzle to show how new, content-based network services are the cornerstones of success for business.