Communications & Networking
This week, Communications & Networking magazine will bring you news from
Networld + Interop conference & expo in Las Vegas. Watch for coverage at ITBusiness.ca and in the June issue, which includes a feature on testing and troubleshooting.
out the network security feature in the May issue, which includes insight and information into installing and configuring products such as intrusion detection systems. The May issue also includes a Viewpoint from Ron Scott on telecommunications standards, plus coverage from several industry conferences, including Pulver.com¹s Voice on the Net (VON) Canada and the Wireless to the Max, produced by the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association.
C&N will publish features on cabling in the July issue, Wi-Fi in the August issue and networked storage in the September issue.
C&N is a media sponsor for three upcoming conferences, including, on May 19, the Toronto Wireless User Group (TORWUG) which will hold 3Networks – from 2.5G to 4G – Reality and Hype2 at Oracle Canada1s office at 10 Milverton Dr. in Mississauga, Ont. More information is available at TORWUG¹s Web site, www.torwug.org
The Canadian Telecom Summit, produced by Mark H. Goldberg Associates, will be held May 30 through June 1 at the Toronto Congress Centre. Working in partnership with GST Conferences, the event this year is expanding to a three-day format, with the first day acting as a preliminary event – operating with multiple tracks, together with keynote addresses at the opening, closing and luncheon. The summit itself will be the latter two days, following a similar format to previous years. This year’s speakers will include executives from BCE, Telus, Avaya, MCI, Sprint Canada and Allstream. For more information, see www.gstconferences.com.
Infosecurity Canada is scheduled June 14-16 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. For more information, see www.infosecuritycanada.com.
Contact: Greg Meckbach [email protected]
EDGE’s June issue will focus on competitive intelligence and the role of employee self-service technology in the enterprise. Our summer e-commerce issue will look at fraud detection technologies and content management tools.
Contact: Dave Webb [email protected]
Computing Canada will soon be running a series on service oriented architecture and is looking for users to talk to about their SOA strategy.
Contact Poonam Khanna at [email protected].
Sales contact for all the above: Brad McBride [email protected]