[ILUG] LinuxWorld offical press release...
John P . Looney
valen at tuatha.org
Fri Nov 17 16:17:01 GMT 2000
LinuxWorld Conference comes to Dublin
Supported by its sponsors Dell, IBM & Eolach - the country's first
ever LinuxWorld conference sees some of the world's leading Linux
specialists gather in Dublin to forge and define the next stage of
development for the revolutionary Linux operating system.
The LinuxWorld Ireland conference is hosted by the
Irish Linux Users Group (ILUG), ComputerScope magazine
and Ireland's technology portal www.TechCentral.ie.
LinuxWorld will showcase the very latest Linux developments
and provide you with the knowledge needed to develop, integrate
and run a business solution on the Linux platform.
With a programme divided into 30 minute sessions, LinuxWorld
will equally appeal to the business and technically-minded delegate.
The conference also features interactive Q&A sessions, customer
Case Studies on the likes of RTE and an expo demonstrating the Linux
platform in action courtesy of Dell and IBM; along with advice
from specialists such as Eolach, AnteFacto and SureSkills.Com.
Making strategic use of the latest in information technology is key
to the success of your IT strategy and vital to improving your
company's competitive position. So don't miss out on this opportunity
to realise the power and potential of the Linux operating system.
To find out more information on the conference line up &
to register FREE visit www.techcentral.ie/linuxworld
LinuxWorld Ireland Conference
The Ultimate Stage for the Ultimate Platform
November 24th & 25th, 2000
9.30am - 5.00pm on both days
Newman House, St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2
Hosted by: The Irish Linux Users Group,
ComputerScope magazine and TechCentral.ie
Sponsored by: Dell Computers, IBM, Eolach
Supported by: AnteFacto, SureSkills.com
David D'Arcy, editor of ComputerScope magazine,
highlights the significance of the event to both business
managers and technical professionals alike;
'Despite the importance of the World Wide Web in the development
of open-source software like Linux, there is still no substitute
for face-to-face communication with those in the know to enhance
one's knowledge of a subject.
The LinuxWorld conference will bring together the key players in the
burgeoning Irish Linux market, providing an opportunity for technology
decision makers to evaluate the issues surrounding this exciting development
at first hand. Whether you are considering the deployment of Linux in your
organisation for the first time, or keen to learn about new developments
that can enhance an existing installation, this conference offers Irish
businesses an unprecedented opportunity to assemble the knowledge
needed to make an informed decision.'
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