CALENDAR

CALENDAR

Feb. 20-23

Nortel Networks and Cisco Systems Inc. are among the sponsors of "Content Delivery Networks Event 2001." At the Jacob Javits Conference Center, New York. Call Jason Utz (408) 402-0566, e-mail jasonu@stardust.com or visit http://events.stardust.com/cdn/.

Feb. 21

An "Information Technology Seminar" on ASPs will be hosted by ASPEN. To be held at the Virginia Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, Va. Call Louis McDonald (703) 689-3037, e-mail
lmcdonald@cit.org or visit http://www.seeuthere.com/events/id=58410.

Feb. 22

The "270Tech Telecom Summit" will cover converging technologies required for next-generation services. Sponsored by Williams Mullen, Goodway Graphics, and ServerVault. At the Hilton Hotel, Gaithersburg, Md. Call Roger Erickson (301) 349-0798, e-mail rge@270Tech.net or visit http://www.270Tech.net/event.html.

Feb. 22

"Security and the Internet/HIPAA Compliance" will be hosted by Exodus Communications at the Hyatt Regency in Reston, Va. Call Carolyn Stenger (703) 433-6003, e-mail cstenger@exodus.net or visit http://www.exodus.net/events/security/washington_dc.html.

Feb. 22

"The Coming Software Revolution," hosted by Webrizon, will focus on how organizations are embracing changes in software development. At the Ernst & Young offices in McLean, Va. Call Mark Tramontozzi (703) 338-9215, e-mail mark@webrizon.com or visit http://www.webrizon.com/event.htm.

Feb. 22

AIIM E-Business Seminars presents "Understanding the Critical Issues in Enterprise Content Management." To be held at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington. Call Doug Washburn (301) 587-8202,
e-mail dwashburn@aiim.org or visit http://www.aiim.org/ebusiness.

Feb. 24

Women in Technology presents "Hoops and NETworking" at the MCI Center in Washington. Call Lisa Throckmorton (703) 289-2327, e-mail lkt@knowledgeworkers.com or visit http://www.womenintechnology.org.

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