Tuesday, Feb. 22,
2005 (No. 51)
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State of Tennessee OIR seeks
technology leaders: "We know you're out
there," said Bill Beecroft, director of
admin for Office of Information Resources, as he
explained this morning that OIR seeks further IT
leaders for key roles, described here.
(Today) Engineering Week continues
at VU School of Engineering: Egg Drop
Competition: Students have one hour to transform
an unassembled FedEx box and some odds and
ends into a clever container that will safely
cushion its cargo egg from its precipitous plunge
from a drop at least three stories high.
Cash prizes will be awarded. Losers will be easy
to spot. Featheringill Atrium. Noon-2 p.m. Other
programs this week include Fastest Geek. Vanderbilt
University School of Engineering news, here.
Download-only album by Nashville
group The Shazam is signal of
beginning of legal-download industry,
Knox. News Sentinel, Feb. 21.
Search for successor to David
Condra at Nashville Technology Council
proceeds apace, Nash. Bus. Journal, p. 5,
Feb. 4, not on web. Earlier coverage here.
Nashville conference and annual IT Jobs
report coverage: Tennessean, Feb. 15, p. 1E. The City Paper,
Feb. 15, p. 9. Nash.
Bus. Journal online, Feb. 14.
NashvillePost.com, Feb. 16. NOTE: Videotape
replays of the conference on Metro 3 (Comcast,
Davidson) were delayed due to technical problems. Watch
the NTC website for notice of the
airing schedule. Attendees: Please complete the
quick post-event survey, HERE (thanks!).
Inaugural Manufacturing Excellence
Conference at MTSU convenes March 17,
with speakers including John Greaves, RFID
Technology Global Lead, Deloitte Consulting; Dr. Fred Cohen,
infosec expert; Rita Burgett, President, Strategic
Transformations, discussing ERP and change management in various industries;
Mark Swenson, Vice President, Manufacturing
Engineering, Nissan North America; and, Dr.
Charles Perry, former long-time IBM
manufacturing innovation and paradigm-shift
leader, an IBM Distinguished Engineer, and holder
of the MTSU Russell Chair of Manufacuting
Excellence. Details here. Bush calls for
cuts in manufacturing, Bloomberg via Tennessean,
National implications: Nashville
resident Thomas Huckaby, a computer
programmer who worked for a NYC-based company,
challenged New York law interpretation that
he says taxes him excessively as a
Nashville-based telecommuter. He lost his
first appeal in 2004. Huckaby spent roughly 25% of his
working hours in New York between 1994 and
1995, but New York decided that 100% of his
income should be subject to the state's income
taxes. He took his case to the state's highest
court, where oral arguments were heard in
January; a decision is expected soon.
Related stories, WSJ, Feb. 9. Law.com, Jan. 3. NetworkWorld, June 04. Court filing.
(March 3) Tech
Roundtable "Digital Reasoning
Systems: Growing venture plants seed of AI
role for Nashville," presentation by
Founder/CEO Tim Estes of Nashville-based
Digital Reasoning Systems
(DRS). Event details here.
of TN to receive $32 million in additional
Homeland Security reimbursement,
including items related to communications
interoperability, Nash. Bus. Journal,
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SUSAN MARLOW LEADS SMART
DATA STRATEGIES, PARTNERS FOR STATE CONTRACT
WIN, AND PUSHES CADASTRAL GIS
Native Nashvillian Susan Marlow is
Founder and CEO of Smart
(SDS), the rapidly growing
carved-out a leadership role in the geospatial/GIS
sector, where players like SDS are serving clients
from local government tax assessors to Homeland
Defense officials. One result: SDS' partnership
with Earthdata International LLC last fall netted
the pair, through their Tennessee Geographic Information Joint
Venture, a State of TN GIS contract (RFP
317.30-108), possibly worth more than $11 million.
What's happening? It could be an actual
paradigm shift, in which officials concerned with
land use, tax revenues and counter-terrorism
realize there's a lot more information
associated with land than just who owns what
where. Now, cadastral services,
as they've long been called, are all about
"the property layer" and the real-property intelligence
embedded in that layer. Marlow's emphasis on
development of "smart map" services reflects her
deep belief that government and other
interests need more than geo-coded "center-line"
and boundary mapping, and must have access to
information about land uses, ownership, hazards
and other factors.
SDS' DREAMaps(TM) software, with
eMapsPlus.com and Parcel Mapper desktop
technologies are used to track and
manage more than 15,000 properties in 26 states.
SDS employs 45 persons, and has sales
offices in Austin, Atlanta, Philadelphia and
recently added Denver. In addition to EarthData,
SDS' strategic partners include
Manatron and Broadband Technology Corp.
Meanwhile, on the
public-service front Marlow is involved in several
influential committees, technical conferences
and policy initiatives to encourage unified local,
state and national property database
Marlow, 48, also contributes to the
education and training of workers for
the growing GIS/GPS field. For example,
she provides motive force for a collaborative
effort to improve GIS-related education,
principally at community colleges, and recently
helped win a $2 million federal grant for a
Geospatial Business Hub
The grant, which was recently was
awarded through a compeitive grant process through
the Geospatial Technology
Sector Demonstration Grants Program of
the Employment and Training Administration, US
Department of Labor. The lead institution in
the effort is the Institute for GIS Studies
(IGISS) with its lead community college
partner, Central Piedmont
Community College near Charlotte, NC.
Nashville State Community College may
eventually participate in the Hub program.
Marlow's SDS is also a strategic partner
of the Hub project team, and Marlow explains
the grant-spawned Institute for GIS Studies
will soon be officed near SDS offices in
Franklin. The new non-profit organization is led
by Executive Director Matthew
describes as an experienced nonprofit startup
executive who was instrumental in the creation of
the Institute for Worship Studies.
Price explains that he supported the launch
of that Institute and the subsequent publishing of
its literature through a division of
noted that IGISS will soon launch
igiss.org, with SDS staff
supporting development of the
Marlow explains that the winning Hub grant
application received endorsements from
Governor Phil Bredesen and most members of
the Tennessee congressional delegation. Also, on
behalf of the Institute, Marlow has been
meeting with Bredesen Administration ECD
Commissioner Matt Kisber and others, to
advance the GIS workforce-training and
Note: The Tennessee Geographic Information
annual conference is March 22-23.
to top New Ingram Publisher Services
relieves publishers of back-office
FedEx Institute of Technology has
Innovation and Research Investment
competitions underway, here.
SmartVue, armed with investor
capital, aims for dramatic increases in
surveillance-technology sales, including
recent contract with HomeDirector, the nation's
largest installer of wireless systems for homes.
Renkis eyes RFID innovations, says IT company's
broader positioning is 'visual management'; p.11,
Nash. Bus. Journal.
Related NCN release, here.
Education Networks of America
headquarters building sold, p. 9, City
Paper, Feb. 15.
Evolved Digital Systems,
Brentwood, proposes private placement,
release Feb. 4. Move would give Eskind family
major interest with capital firm,
NashvillePost.com, Feb. 7.
VoIP business expanding rapidly,
as IP matures; coverage includes ISDN-Net, US
LEC, Signal Voice & Data, others.
BusinessTN magazine, page 22, sub required
New Zealand travel company, Tower Travel, uses
VoIP to connect Tennessee agent, iStart,
Dell roundup: Q-Media
downsizes after Dell Inc. switches to
online media-reduction approach to computer
backups, p. 3, Nash. Bus. Journal, Feb. 4.
Dell, ahead of pace, lifts sights from $60 bn.
sales to $80 bn. in annual revenues, Wall St.
Journal Online, Feb. 10. Dell suppliers look to follow Dell
to North Carolina, News Record, Feb. 18.
AdTec finds doing business
globally presents new set of challenges,
while DigiScript followed a major
client to London, Nash. Bus. Journal, p. 19, Feb.
4, not on web.
gives financial, management boost to call-center
ConduIT portfolio companies' strategy of gaining
"early big-name client" to leverage business is
explained; Nash. Bus. Journal, p. 4, Feb. 11.
Association moves into Cumberland Emerging
Technologies, item, Tennessean,
Feb. 18. City Paper, Feb. 18.
TBA names CET's Rolwing to serve as TBA exec
Petroleum Card Services acquisition,
Ins-and-outs of TN
State Univ. Business Incubator examined,
City Paper, Feb. 16.
Successful entrepreneur plans
virtual incubator in Knoxville, Knox.
News Sentinel, Feb. 15.
BellSouth targets small
Innovation: Guy Brown
Products tackled selling recycled toner
cartridges, by leasing and licensing
manufacturing capacity, R&D and knowhow from
NuKote, creating futures for both companies,
Tennessean, Feb. 20.
Memphis Light Gas Water's
broadband venture Networx has lost $21
million amid industry turmoil, but board member
says it's a "success," Commercial Appeal,
Networx broadband venture with Memphis Light says
it'll need more capital to acquire some larger
customers, Commercial Appeal,
back to top Nashville-based
Zycron's Darrell Freeman among CEOs
participating in Black Data Processing
Executives Technology Awareness Forum at
UT Chattanooga, Times Free Press, Feb. 22. Elsewhere: Another
native Tennessean, now IBM VP, aids Black
awareness program on Coast, San Jose Mercury News,
Little Planet Learning in
discussion with U.S. Army for leadership
education program, building on lessons learned in
training k-12 principals and other work, City
Paper, Feb. 9.
Profiled: SmartDM Technical Unit
Leader Jay Graves says Acxiom acquisition
of his company will enable SmartDM to provide more
advanced solutions to middle market, Nash. Bus.
Journal, p. 13, Feb. 4.
Owen's Germain Boer joins board of
directors of American Graduate School of
Management, release Feb. 15, board here. Investors join AGSM, Feb.
With Smart Hospital experience
receding, Joiner starts Edgehill
mixed-use development, NashvillePost.com, Feb. 9.
American Technology Group and
TN Trial Lawyers Assn. ink LiveVault
deal, Nash. Bus. Journal, p. 6, Feb. 4,
not on web.
executives Nicholas Holland of Nashville-based CentreSource and T.J.
Gentle of Chattanooga Technology Council (Miller & Martin) are among
BusinessTN magazine's "30 under 30" ranking, pp.
33, 36, Feb. 2005, sub required here.
Cabedge.com web-design firm in
Franklin has let clients' demands shape
firm to include web design, CDs,
interactive presentations, screen savers, Feb. 14,
Ryan O'Connell has joined
ISDN-Net's customer relations and technical
support operation. He is CompTIA and A+
certified. O'Connell was with Boys & Girls
Club of America in Hattiesburg. Tennessean, 5E, Feb. 20. Nash. Bus. Journal,
Feb. 18, not on web.
Glen Austin becomes IT director for
Smart Furniture, Times Free Press, Feb. 20.
Tim Batton of Dempsey Vantrease and
Follis, Mufreesboro's DVF Technology
Services division earned HIPAA security
professional credential. Tennessean, Feb. 13, 5E.
Asurion named Stuart Smith SVP
technology and logistics center. He
previously served with Dell, PriceWaterhouse and
IBM. Tennessean, p. 5E, Feb. 13.
Tennessee Nortel Networks Meridian
Users Association announced officers,
including Doug Wilson (communications analyst, The
Tennessean), as president; Phil Neal (VP-telecom
administrator, HealthSpring Management), vice
president; Cyndi Steltmann (sr. telecom. analyst,
HCA MidAmerica), secretary; Bennett Driscoll, (sr.
Engr., American General), treasurer. Tennessean,
5E, Feb. 13.
Comdata lands Meineke CarCare
Centers deal, Nash. Bus. Journal,
Feb. 7. Also, AerviceMaster for fleet card
program, BW release Feb. 22. Other Comdata deals,
back to top Vanderbilt participated in validation of
IBM Websphere Business Integration for
Healthcare Collaborative Network, release
Feb. 7. Software enables providers to exchange med
info during crisis.
adopts eDoc4U from MedChartPrevention for injury
Bruce Taffel, M.D.,
Senior Medical Director, Health Informatics, BCBS
of Tennessee, is among speakers during
April 22 consumer-driven healthcare IT forum,
release Feb. 7. Details here.
Medcon integrates Symphony for St. Thomas
release Feb. 9.
VU Medical Center adopts IDX
Imagecast RIS, release Feb. 10.
St. Jude's recognized by CIO
Magazine for innovation in sharing clinical
databases, release Feb. 9.
TN Legislative action allows for
telemedicine to be used in mental-health
committals for first time, Maryville
Daily Times, Feb. 4.
St. Thomas unveils
Smartcard, Nash. Bus. Journal, Feb. 4.
Centennial Medical Center employs
IT barcodes for anesthesia safety, Nash.
Bus. Journal, p. 8, Feb. 18, not on web.
Ardent Health Services announces
staffing changes, including Robert
technology/continuous audit, Tennessean, 5E,
St. Mary's Health System at
Knoxville uses McKesson clincial
decision-support/CPOE technology, release
Feb. 14. Health industry under pressure to
computerize; small-physicians' offices are
'hardest problem'; Brailer underscores
need for results in electronic health records and
industry transformation; one insider says the
effort will require a "tie-breaker," someone
functioning to move the process along, in a role
described as somewhere between "czar" and
diplomat. NY Times,
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Link to key in-state government
see previous issues, here.
NEW: State of TN RFP
317.03-119 for ERP Consulting, deadline
State of TN RFP 331.95-021 for Early
Intervention Data System, due March 17.
Alva Learning Systems (Colo.) bests
local e-Learning firms for State e-learning
contract, NashvillePost.com, Feb. 14.
State urges business to support
InfraGard, NashvillePost.com, Feb. 18.
State will spend $20 million to
upgrade voter database, City Paper, Feb. 9.
Tennessee impact of conforming to
Streamlined Sales Tax raises concerns
about local governments' shares of revenues,
NashvillePost.com, Feb. 11.
Williamson County police Critical
Incident Command Vehicle bristles with
technology from high-speed Internet to fridge,
Tennessean (WmsonAM), Jan. 31.
State human-resources IT systems
criticized in annual public-interest
assessment, Nash. Bus. Journal, Feb. 16.
TennCare officials ask $75K to
provide The Tennessean data, extraction
of which they say requires programming; Tennessean
editor refers to Governor as "disingenuous" regarding
"open records." Tennessean, Feb. 18. Further, Tennessean,
Dept. of Homeland Security gets D+
on its own cybersecurity, Washington
Post, Feb. 16. DHS will release new
IT procurements in next 90 days, GCN, Feb. 18.
House panel elevates federal IT
oversight to full committee,
InformationWeek, Feb. 9.
E. TN utilities' meter readers can
take readings while driving-by at 50mph;
introducing technology will not trigger layoffs,
Knox. News Sentinel, Feb. 12.
Homeland security spending at
seaports is inadequate, mistargeted,
wasteful, says IG report, NY Times, Feb. 20.
FCC decision re cable operators and
carriage of multiple digital signals from
commercial tv, NY Times, Feb. 11. Washington Post, Feb. 11.
FBI intelligence analysts hampered
by inadequate technology for sharing
intel, Washington Post, Feb. 4. FBI 'wasted millions'
on virtual case file, CNN, Feb. 3. Related story and link
to Justice report, Gov. Computer News, Feb. 3.
Tullahoma-based Jacobs Sverdrup
layoffs at NASA Langley research could have ripple
effects in mid-TN, Daily Press, Feb. 22.
Knox County Library allowing
digital downloads of bestsellers via cardholders'
computers, Knox. News Sentinel, Feb. 22.
Bristol utility tests offering
broadband services, TriCities.com, Feb. 22.
ATK-GASL at Tullahoma is a leader
in race to develop scramjet engines,
Tennessean, Feb. 21.
James Barrott named Chatta. State
Tech. Community College VP-Technology,
Times Free Press, p. 42, Feb. 5.
Knoxville-based Scripps Networks creates new
post for online advertising and
analytics, release Feb. 2.
computer-enclosure manufacturer bought by
Virginia-based CCS Inc., Times Free
Press, Feb. 5.
SafeTzone SAMsys RFID technology at
Dollywood, Feb. 4, Kioskmarketplace.com.
UT-Battelle scores outstanding
performing rating, Knox. News Sentinel,
Chattanooga Business Machines
VAR/integrator welcomes Sharp Document
Solution's move to redevelop channel distribution
for multi-function peripherals, CRN News, Feb. 1.
TBC Memphis adopts Deploy HR
solution, Feb. 17.
Valocity outlines strides in
2004, release Feb. 7, via TMCnet.com.
NuMarkets hires veteran franchising
executives, Feb. 9. NuMarkets wins
legislative support for using eBay
services for school-surplus disposal, BusinessWire, Feb. 16.
Reconverting Technologies recycler
of e-waste to establish headquarters in
Chattanooga, Feb. 16.
Chattanoogans tell pollsters they
want more manufacturing and high-tech
jobs, Times Free Press, Feb. 21.
E.W. Scripps HGTV
Pro.com is company's first independent
e-venture, has attracted more than 1
million newsletter subscribers; more specialized spin-off channels may follow,
as video-on-demand emerges as reality, AP via
Knox. News Sentinel, Feb. 21.
International Paper (Memphis)
innovates in RFID for customer
satisfaction, Suppy and Demand Chain
Executive, Feb. 9.
UT speaker Mike Godwin of Public
Knowledge examines impact of disruptive
technologies on society, generally, as
well as on Freedoms of Press and Speech. Knox. News Sentinel, Feb. 14.
East TN's nonprofit KORRNET.org
seeks beta-testers for new 16-county regional
calendar that will launch in April, Knox.
News Sentinel, Feb. 14.
Knoxville convention and visitors
bureau launches new website, Knox. News
Sentinel, Feb. 16.
NuTec Solutions is latest major
sponsor of East TN Technology Council,
Oak Ridger, Feb. 15.
Tech-centric firms are among
Pinnacle Award finalists in Knoxville,
Knox. News Sentinel, Feb.
back to top TN Sen. Fowler urges legislative
moratorium against duplicative online college
courses, Tennessean, 1B, Feb. 5. Online courses make
profits for Board of Regents schools, UTC profs
express concerns about online, p. 6B, Tennessean,
Feb. 5, not online.
Technology Academy, led by enthusiastic
Newt Roland, enables 130 to augment core
education with certifications in network
operating systems, web design, other skills. Local
CITE has served as conduit for NSF funding for
Academy. Tennessean Davidson A.M. p. 8,
Governor Bredesen launches website for k-12 ed,
Nash. Bus. Journal, Feb. 4.
Vanderbilt campus will be more
'wireless' by 2008; campus now has nearly 900
access points, Vanderbilt Hustler, Feb. 14.
Vanderbilt IT will expand
Calif.-based ProofPoint's VUmailguard
spam filter to all 35,000 campus e-mail accounts,
from current 2,000, Vanderbilt Hustler, Feb. 2.
Related: Internet 'blacklists' being rendered less
effective by new spamming technique using
spammer's ISP as conduit for indirect spamming,
Washington Post, Feb. 4.
Belmont's portfolio management
class has new trading lab with latest
technology, Nash. Bus. Journal, p. 25, Feb.
Gherman honored for technology
innovation by national library
managers, Vanderbilt Register, Feb. 21. Gherman comments on
Google initiative to digitize books, VU Register,
How Hattiesburg lured a nanotech
company, leveraging university
partnership, NY Times, Feb. 22.
Region's libraries vie for
technology grants, Times Free Press, Feb. 5.
UT robot from college of electrical
and computer engineering is safebot, WAVE
TV 6, Knoxville, Feb. 9.
ORNL's Wadsworth invited to
National Academy of Engineering; former
Battelle and Livermore scientist took over ORNL in
2003. Knox. News Sentinel, Feb. 12.
Editorial: Give Nashville's
would-be Charter Science & Engineering school
a chance in Metro, Tennessean, Feb. 6. Nashville Scene Feb.
Adventure Science Center Education
Director Hasselbring urges support for girls and
women in science, engineering and math,
Tennessean, Feb. 3.
UT Space Institute needs to focus
and leverage, says UT Pres. Petersen as
he submits budget requirements, Knox. News
Sentinel, Feb. 5.
Knox. County Schools adopt 3Com
switches, deploys gigabit desktop links for Voice,
Video and Data, release Feb. 15.
More schools using Internet to
engage students, parents in academic
achievement, Tennessean, Feb. 14.
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Technology archive for business
Tennessee women are finding parity
in positions and pay in world of
engineering, Nash. Bus. Journal, p. 19,
Forrester Research CEO George Colony
discusses IT spending, Google
vs competition and the building of tech-exec
communities, like Forrester's
Oval, NY Times, Feb. 20.
employment is turning the corner, p. 1,
Nash. Bus. Journal, Feb. 18.
Court next month will examine liability issues
associated with repurposing technology (e.g.,
Grokster) toward illegal ends,
Post, Feb. 22.
Cinema case study, MicroSoft case study,
In contrast, this Sept. 2002 story on Regal's
adoption of Linux, here.
on the Wiki Project, NY Times,
and, Feb. 8.
online retailing a victim of its own
success? NY Times, Feb. 6. If
you're concerned about Porn online, you might want
to give your kids less milk: biometric
device could identify and deny children
to sites via computer, CNN, Feb. 10.
debate how their truth squads are influencing news
media and putting news execs at risk,
NY Times, Feb.
primer from NY Times, Feb. 19.
losing news edge and advertising revenue to online
media, Wash. Post, Feb. 20. Sun Microsystems and Archipelago
Holding will build first online compute
exchange for trading excess computing
capacity, meanwhile Sun is making other
utility-computing moves, release Feb.
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* (Feb. 22) PMI Nashville, speaker
Kelli Stokes, Business Technology Manager,
Caterpillar Financial Products, Franklin
Marriott Cool Springs.
22) John Jones, Vice President, Information
Technology for Asurion addresses WiTT
chapter meeting, 4:30 p.m., offices of LBMC,
Brentwood. $15Mem/$25nonmem. Visit here RSVP via
email@example.com or visit here.
23) Chattanooga Technology Council luncheon, David
McGee, author Ford Tough: Bill Ford and
the Battle to Rebuild America's Automaker, 11:30
a.m., Trade Center. Details here.
23) E. TN Tech Council Monthly Meeting, 11:30
a.m., Knoxville Conv. Ctr., Linda M.
Dillman, Executive Vice President and Chief
Information Officer, Wal-Mart. Info and
3) NTC Tech Roundtable: "Digital Reasoning
Systems: New AI Venture plants seed for Nashville
role," presentation by 25-year-old
Founder/CEO Tim Estes of Nashville-based Digital
Reasoning Systems (DRS) on the launch of the DRS
enterprise, and DRS technology's role in the
dynamic search and analysis sector. Details here.
10) AITP Nashville, Brad Truitt, IT
Director, Tennessee Bureau of
Investigation, details here.
(March 16) Chattanooga Technology
Council, 11:30 a.m., Venture Capital Panel.
* (March 16) Dr. Terry Payne, P.E.: Terry
is the Director of Economic Development
at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). He
coordinates ORNL's economic development activities
in support of starting new businesses based on
ORNL technologies, helping existing industry solve
technical problems that threaten their
profitability, and expansion of company operations
through the opportunities technology provides.
Chattanooga Convention Center, March 16,
(March 17) – MTSU Emerging
Technology in Manufacturing event.
here. Contact: Dr. Charles
Russell Chair of Manufacturing Excellence, Inst.
Engineering Technology and Industrial Studies,
College of Basic and Applied Sciences.
(March 23-24) SBA business matchmaking
event, Tennessean, Dec. 18.
Nash. Bus. Journal, Dec. 17.
NashvillePost.com, Dec. 16.
Digital Summit, Belmont Curb Center, Nashville,
details available later this month.
(April 7) NTC Tech Roundtable, Speaker: Dr.
William Stead, Vanderbilt University Medical
Center, discussing healthcare IT interoperability
(May 5-7) Belmont to host
conference, with Freedom Forum and other
support, NashvillePost.com, Jan. 19.
(May 18) – NTC Nashville
Technology Innovation Conference will be
Wednesday, May 18, 2005, with emphasis on
innovations that address current and emerging
technology needs of enterprises large and small.
The unprecedented NTC event will be at BellSouth
Auditorium, downtown Nashville. Speakers currently
confirmed include execs from Symantec, IBM,
Brooktrout, CapGemini, Tacit Networks, J.P.
Morgan. Registration, sponsorship, exhibit and
related details are forthcoming. Info, write
(May 24) Mayor Bill Purcell, Mayor
of Nashville, State of Metro Address.
Nashville Convention Center. 7 a.m. registration.
(July 12-15) Tenn. Valley Corridor
Summit, Washington, D.C.
(Aug. 13-15) 14th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive
Marriott at Vanderbilt.
24) – NTC's InfoSec Nashville 2005
information-security conference will be Wednesday
August 24, with CSI
information-security training Aug. 22, 23, 25, 26.
For further information, write firstname.lastname@example.org