National Wireless Conference Returns to Birmingham Next Monday

Experts in wireless, security and VoIP will be in town next Monday to present concise, educational, non-salesy presentations stressing technology and case studies. Topics include spam & spyware solutions, network access control (NAC), secure remote access (SSL/VPN vs IPSEC), IP-based converged voice/data networks, Wi-Fi security, high-speed cellular networks, new handheld devices plus WAN optimization/application acceleration. New content for 2006 on Windows Vista, semiconductor chipset platforms (Microsoft and Intel are simultaneously launching hardware & software desktop upgrades so this information is invaluable for 2007 planning) and virtualization/server consolidation.

Attendees learn by hearing informative talks and exchanging ideas with peers from corporations, universities, government agencies, hospitals, etc. in the area. Stay for the raffle drawings at end of day to win memory sticks, iPods and digital cameras.

    Location:The Wynfrey Hotel
    Time: 7:30am registration, 8:30am-3:30pm event
    Date: Monday, October 30th
    Cost: Free
    Parking:Free in the parking lots of the Galleria mall… parking in the deck attached to the hotel available on your dime

The full agenda of the event is available HERE. This will be the fourth time the Angelbeat conference is visiting Birmingham.  In past years, the crowd has typically numbered 100… your advanced registration will ensure that the Angelbeat organization can properly accommodate the crowd.

Register for the
Angelbeat Conference… TODAY
!!!

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