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Sun Open Net Environment in Education Webcast
November 6, 2001
October 22, 2001,
Volume 44, Issue 4

The Web Services on Demand Summit will feature a webcast on SunTM Open Net Environment (Sun ONE) in education on November 6, 2001. This webcast will last for an hour. There will be two sessions: 8:00 a.m. Pacific Time and 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.

Experts in web services from Sun will talk about Sun ONE, web services products and technologies, technology choices and the trade-offs that IT departments need to consider when committing to various kinds of web services. There will be an opportunity to interact with the presenters during this webcast conference.

The agenda includes an opening talk and overview by Shirish Netke, Strategic Sales Director Global Education and Research, Sun for ten minutes. Next will be a discussion on the Web Services Value Proposition by Marty Robins, Sales Development Director Sun ONE, Sun. Additional discussions are Web Services Technologies by Hal Stern, Chief Technology Officer iPlanet, Sun; Options in Deploying Web Services by Marc Hamilton, Director of Technology Global Education and Research; and a question and answer session.

Sun ONE is a complete, robust, scalable platform that can meet emerging web services needs in providing any type of service to any device for any user community, while protecting current technology investments. Sun ONE allows companies to focus on developing services that enhance productivity or build revenues while being assured that the Sun ONE infrastructure can scale to meet those requirements and easily adapt to new service requirements.

For more on Sun's Education Market programs, visit:

For more on SunONE, visit:

For an informational brochure, download "The Value of Open Standards in Higher Education Infrastructure" located at:

To download "Taking Campus Infrastructure to the Nth,":

To register for the webcast:

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