Tune into Technology at the 2004 Network Services Conference

Posted June 16, 2004

Ever feel under-prepared and over-reactive when it comes to network security issues? Then GSA’s 2004 Network Services Conference is the place for you from August 16-19.

  • Find out how to ace your organization’s security report card.
  • Talk with the experts about security solutions for Internet protocol enablement.
  • Understand the ins and outs of smart card access and authentication techniques.
  • Learn about crisis management.

Enhance your job skills, meet your training requirements, and earn Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits during three days of training. Technologies at the conference will include the latest in convergence, advances in the wireless arena, the ever-changing world of telecommunications, governmentwide enterprise licensing, and accessibility requirements. Get a sneak-peek at some high-profile initiatives too. Plus:

  • Learn about current and future trends in managed network services.
  • Find solutions to your organization’s unique managed services needs.
  • Discover how to make any project a reality with GSA’s full line of professional and assisted services.

This year’s conference forum will provide the federal network community, the IT community, and GSA industry partners an opportunity to share lessons learned, collaborate, preview the latest and greatest technologies, and plan for a successful future. Attendees will also have a chance to hear these dynamic keynote speakers: 

  • Dr. Mae C. Jemison, astronaut aboard the space shuttle Endeavour
  • Rickey Skaggs, progressive country singer and instrumentalist
  • Ken Schmidt, former director of communications at Harley-Davidson
  • Larry Irving, president of Irving Information Group

Call 800-315-4333. Then register at the conference web site!

Last Reviewed 2010-04-30