|Date:||Tuesday, December 11, 2001|
|Time:||5:30 PM - 9:00PM, Registration is from 5:30 to 6:20 only!!!.|
|Location:||Norwalk Inn, 99 East Ave. Norwalk, CT.|
|Fee:||Members $35 a person. Non-Members Add $15.|
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Linux and the AS/400 what’s it all about
Everyone's talking about Linux, and trying to determine it they can seriously consider it in their existing networks. One of the major challenges is how will this fit into existing corporate networks. Is it ready? Does it have the functions I need? How do I manage it? What is it lacking? These and other questions will be answered as we look at Linux and its networking capababilities
Laura Knapp joined IBM in 1985 as a field Communication Specialist focusing on LAN technologies. She was influential in the international rollout of the original Token-Ring products focusing on detailed technical support and education for both customers and internal IBM field forces. In 1990 she moved into a development role focusing on IBM's product movement into new environments including work on Client/Server Computing, Network Computing, and the Internet. Laura provides technical support for customers and IBM field personnel, speaks to IBM User Groups and International trade shows, and provides press support through briefings and technical assistance. Laura participates extensively in trade shows (Comdex, ComNet, PC Expo, Internet World, Internet Commerce Expo...) and is recognized as an international speaker on Networking. A recognized networking expert, her articles have appeared in Common Knowledge, Midrange Computing, AS/400 News, AS/400 Showcase, and other national publications.