Tuesday, November 14, 2000
Two pre-conference sessions will be offered this year. These special sessions, open only to full conference attendees, will be given at different times on Tuesday afternoon, November 14, at a cost of $55 for each session, or both sessions for $100. Only full conference attendees are eligible to register for these sessions and all registrations must be received with your regular conference sign-up. Registration forms will be included in the registration packet and will also be available on this website.
Intel LanDesk: The Nuts and Bolts of It
Tuesday, November 14, 2000, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Learn from actual engineers how to set it up, what it does, and how to use it.
Intel® LANDesk® Client Manager 6 delivers standards-based desktop management anytime, anywhere. Built upon a new, fully Web-enabled architecture, Intel LANDesk Client Manager 6 provides system administrators with access to PC health, system assets, troubleshooting, problem resolution and desktop management information from any console connected to the Internet or a corporate Intranet. Access from any location connected to the Internet or a corporate Intranet and a simplified, graphical presentation of interrelated information make Intel LANDesk Client Manager an easy-to-use tool for remotely accessing, browsing and modifying individual desktop settings and configurations.
Intel will be giving away a server copy of the software and 10 licenses for all those who attend this pre-conference session.
Apple Presents the Schools Interoperability Framework Utilizing XML
Javier Perez Sanchez, Apple Developer Relations
Apple Computer, Inc.
Tuesday, November 14, 2000, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
XML (Extensible Markup Language) is clearly emerging as the major foundation of both the SIF (School Interoperability Format) and a host of powerful robust, web-based data interchange applications from a variety of developers. This presentation will provide CEDPA conference participants with an introductory overview of both topics in order to better understand their impact on current deployment decisions.
The Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF) is a new technical blueprint for the seamless integration of multivendor software applications in K-12 school districts. As K-12 schools and districts increase their use of more complex software tools, administrators have been searching for true interoperable and secure ways to share information. Borne out of these needs, the Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF) addresses this problem by creating simple specifications for the seamless integration of software applications. To help fulfill those needs and provide solutions for K-12, Apple has been decisively involved in the development of this rapidly accepted and evolving standard.