The dates have been set for Novell's BrainShare 99 conference to be held at the Sydney Convention Centre, Darling Harbour. Slated to attract many of the region's industry specialists, consultants and executives, the three-day conference will be held on July 28-30, 1999.
Over the three-day conference people will be able to attend breakout sessions covering a range of information including Novell's integrated approach to security, TCP/IP troubleshooting and analysis, Web-based host connectivity and real-world case studies.
Speaking at the conference are Novell experts Doug Knight, vice president systems engineer, and Patti Dock, vice president of product marketing.
New to this year's conference is a Business Manage- ment stream which highlights the need for IT managers to match the performance and availability of an enterprise's network with the company's business needs.
The conference will feature the BrainShare Technology Lab, which will demonstrate many of the latest and greatest products and technologies from Novell and partners.
Another new addition to the BrainShare conference is the Learning Zone, a hands-on lab to expose people to Novell's recent developments in online training, self-study kits and computer-based training systems.
There is an early-bird special of $1295 registrations received before June 25, or $1495 for after this date.
Registration available through the Web site athttp: //brainshare.novell.com.au