FREE MACROMEDIA SEMINARS
Date: Thursday, 2 September
Location: NW5 @ Odyssey, 2 Queen`s Quay, Belfast, BT3 9QQ
Date: Wednesday, 8 September
Location: National College of Ireland, IFSC, Mayor Street, Dublin 1
Macromedia is pleased to invite you to join them at one of their free seminars! The one-day seminars will feature an overview of Macromedia solutions but hurry, register today as seating is strictly limited.
Agenda: The day will start at approximately 9.30am with registration, seminar commencing at 10.00am and will finish with Q&A at approximately 4.00pm.
43RD EUROPEAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONGRESS
Dates: 8 – 11 September 2004
Location: Ghent, Belgium
Conference organised by the Federation of Telecommunications Engineers of the European Union (FITCE). The Congress will focus on the evolution of broadband for fixed as well as for existing and new mobile networks. The congress topics – Mobility, Corporate/Carrier Services and Residential Services-, will be approached from different angles: the associated vision, technology, infrastructure, services and applications, as well as marketing and socio-economic aspects. Email: Ghent2004@fitce.be or http://www.fitce.org/
`HANDS ON HACKING` TRAINING COURSE
Dates: 7 and 8 September
Location: Sureskills, 14 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2
Leading security specialist, Espion is hosting a two-day intensive course that will place attendees in the shoes of the attacker to get a complete understanding of Internet and network defences from both sides of the spectrum. To register: phone Alison Murphy on 01 6636326 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org (maximum of 8 delegates per course).
USABLE WEB SITES: DESIGNING THE USER EXPERIENCE
Date: September 14th
Location: Guinness Enterprise Centre, Dublin
Designing a good website is not enough. Potential customers must want to interact with your site. This usability training provides you with the knowledge to design and evaluate highly usable Websites. You will use a case study to practice developing information architecture. You will also conduct a heuristic evaluation and user testing of prototype Websites. For full course breakdown http://www.eias.ie
NEW SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES SEMINAR
Date: September 14, 07:45 to 12:30pm
Location: Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin
Security specialist, Espion, has announced the line up for its seminar investigating new Security Technologies, the pace at which they are being introduced and, in a reality check, which technologies are worth it and which are red herrings. Chairing the seminar is industry veteran, Nick Koumarianos, chairman of Soft-ex Telecom. Speakers include Clive Bourke, VP Europe Sales for Irish biometrics leader Daon, Michael Galvin, County Manager, Cisco, Paraic Hegarty, Partner, Deloitte & Touche and David McLaughlin, Director, Pix Alert. Delegates are encouraged to book at email@example.com, or call (01) 6636326. There is a charge of EUR75 per person.
Dates: 27 to 30 September
Location: Sureskills, 14 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2
This course represents the first global standard for training and certifying the frontline troops of computer security – the people that protect that operational capability. Only one exam is required to obtain the certification. To register: phone Alison Murphy on 01 6636326 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org
ANNUAL IT&T CONFERENCE
Dates: 20th & 21st October
This year`s Conference Theme is `Telecommunications and Information Technology Convergence.`
Each year the conference provides a forum for researchers to present their latest research, results, ideas, developments and application in all areas of information technology and telecommunications. The aim of the conference is to strengthen relations between the Telecommunication and Information technology industries, Research laboratories, and Third level institutions. Visit our conference website at http://www.ittconference.com.
ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLIC PROCUREMENT IN ICT
Dates: 19 October 2004 – 21 October 2004
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Public procurement policy and practice for accessible ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) has the potential to play a vital role in removing barriers to participation in the Information Society by disabled or older people. This workshop will adress the harmonisation of eAccessibility requirements to be used in the public procurement of ICT products and services and the requirements for policy implementation in this field. Email: email@example.com, or see http://europa.eu.int/information_society/topics/citizens/accessibility/regulation/pubproc_ws_2004/index_en.htm
IST 2004- PARTICIPATE IN YOUR FUTURE: PEOPLE AND ECONOMY
Date(s): 15-17 November 2004
Location: The Hague, Netherlands
Description: IST is the annual `networking` event for research and development in information society technologies (IST). It is organised by the European Commission in cooperation with the Dutch Presidency of the European Union and will take place in The Hague (The Netherlands) from 15-17 November. Attendance is `a must` for researchers and industrialists planning to propose projects for the IST priority within the EU’s Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development. The title of IST 2004 is: “Participate in your future”, with “People” and “Economy” as the main themes. IST 2004 will include a conference, networking facilities, an exhibition of research results and the IST Prize Village. Calls for conference and exhibition ideas are closed since 4 June. For details on these calls and full information about IST 2004, consult the newly-launched IST 2004 website. URL: http://europa.eu.int/information_society/istevent/2004/index_en.htm