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Managing Your Network In an e-Business World" is a free breakfast seminar by Systel Systems, discussing the problems faced by network managers and how the latest technology from Hewlett-Packard and Cisco can solve them. It will be held at The Tower Club, Vienna, Va. For more information, call Karen Baumgartner (703) 481-7364, e-mail kbaumgartner@sytel.com or visit www.sytel.com.

"Managing Your Network In an e-Business World" is a free breakfast seminar by Systel Systems, discussing the problems faced by network managers and how the latest technology from Hewlett-Packard and Cisco can solve them. It will be held at The Tower Club, Vienna, Va. For more information, call Karen Baumgartner (703) 481-7364, e-mail kbaumgartner@sytel.com or visit www.sytel.com.COTScon West '99 will be held at the San Diego Paradise Point Resort. The program will include content on crucial system-design issues and will focus on engineering and design issues related to building and upgrading military and aerospace electronic systems. For more information, call Nauala Kimball at (800) 225-0556 or e-mail naulak@pennwell.com.The GartnerGroup hosts the 18th annual Data Center Conference at the Renaissance Orlando Resort in Orlando, Fla. The conference will address the emerging world of e-business. For more information, visit www.gartnerweb.com/public/static/events/lsc18/lsc18.html.The Fourth annual Entrepreneurial Government Conference will be at the Radisson Parkway Hotel & Conference Center, Kissimmee, Fla. For more information, call Joan Sokol at (888) 832-4428, e-mail conferences@iibt.org or visit www.iibt.org/4egprog.htm.Virgina's Century Date Change Initiative Project Office presemts "Charting New Directions for a New Millennium: Y2K Templates," a a national summit to discuss changes in business practices as they relate to year 2000 issues. It will be held at the Ritz-Carlton in McLean, Va. For more information, call Cleo Rehmer (804) 786-1434, ext. 3005, e-mail mrehmer@cdci.state.va.us or visit www.cdci.state.va.us.The Bluetooth Developers Conference will introduce technology that potentially replaces multiple cable connections via a single radio link among mobile PCs, mobile phones and other portable devices. The conference is at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. For more information, call Lynda Young (650) 372-6785, e-mail bluetoothdevcon@zd.com or visit www.bluetooth.com/developers99.Washington Technology presents "Computer Security Solutions," the fourth installment in the 1999 Solutions Series, at the Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, Va., Call the events hotline at (703) 848-2800 x401 or e-mail marketing@pnbi.com.Washington Technology hosts the breakfast briefing, "Computer Security" at the Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner, Va. Call the breakfast hotline at (703) 848-2800 ext.400, e-mail marketing@pnbi.com or visit www.wtonline.com/events.The 2000 International Consumer Electronics Show will be held in Las Vegas. Event planners tag the show as the place where the convergence of telephone products and services within the government marketplace will become a reality. For more information, call (703) 907-7605, e-mail cesinfo@eia.org or visit www.CESweb.org.Have an event you would like to list on the calendar? Visit our Web site, www.wtonline.com/events, click "Other industry related events," then click "Add your event" and enter the information.
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