Integrating Windows NT into a corporate intranet system is just one of the many topics to be covered at the Windows NT '97 Conference taking place in London later this month.
The five-day event, which is being sponsored by PC Week, is taking place alongside the Windows NT '97 Exhibition, at London's Olympia centre, between 30 September and 3 October.
The conferences are aimed at a variety of IT professionals, including system and support managers, network engineers and developers. Over the four days there will be classes on NT 4.0 problem areas; in-depth sessions on undocumented solutions to common problems and project planning seminars.
There will also be sessions on using NT with the Internet and corporate intranets.
Other highlights include a discussion on the features and benefits of NT 4.0, tips and techniques for making the job of a support engineer easier and an insight into why NT works in some network environments but not others.
Each seminar costs #325 to attend. For further information, call the conference organiser, IT Events, on 01256 381583.
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