EEMA is in a position to investigate the issue of spam from both business and technical perspectives over a two-day period in Dublin, and is offering members of the Irish Internet Association the chance to attend the event for the reduced fee of only €500.
This is less than half the full fee (normal price €1,100).
Simply quote ‘IIADIS’ on the conference registration form to qualify.
How big is the problem . . . and what is the industry doing about it? What can your IT administrator do to minimize the cost to your organisation? Does anti-spam software work, how much control do you have, and are there other options? How are certain multi-national organisations tackling spam?
Join EEMA in Dublin – 3-4 December for practical advice.
(EEMA would also like to invite any member of the Irish Internet Association attending the conference, to join them at a three-hour EEMA information session ‘e-Government initiatives in an e-Business world’, which would normally only be open to EEMA members. See the web site for more information and to register.)