Congratulations to four PC Week readers who have each won a #1,200 ticket to the Windows NT 97 conference which takes place between 25 and 28 February at London's Olympia centre.
Earlier this month we invited you to come up with three ideas for conference topics for the show, which is sponsored by PC Week, in our competition to win conference passes.
The following four winners will be entitled to visit any of the conference sessions taking place over the four days:
- Alan Dixon, who suggested scalability of NT in the enterprise; reliability/redundancy beyond Microsoft's Wolfpack initiative; and NT security.
- Pierce Riemer, who came up with topics covering Exchange; NT 4.0 service packs; and NT technical support.
- Victor Inzani, who suggested Active Directory versus NetWare Directory Services; the Distributed File System; and NT 5.0 plug 'n' play or plug 'n' pray?
- Linda Bestow, who wants to hear about intranet and Extranet - what next; the Network Computer - will hardware keep pace with software requirements?; and navigating the Navigator - how to find the site you need on the Internet.
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