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TANZANIA COMPUTING AND TELECOMMUNICATION CONFERENCE

30th September - 1st October 2003
Diamond Jubilee Hall, Dar es Salaam

DAY I

I. Policy Session

II. Infrastructure Development

14:00 IP Telephony: what’s the trade off?
BMTL

14:30 IP Surveillance: Big Brother is watching
GianCarlo Volo, Director, Techno Centre CCTV

15:00 Mobile wireless technologies
Mark Galley, Sales Manager, HP

15:30 Using Broad Band Wireless in Emerging Networks
Trevor Gordon, Ceragon

16:00 HF/UHF Community Repeaters
John Kenwood

16:30 Hotspots: Connectivity for communities
Suhail Shareff, Business Development Manager, Raha.com

DAY II

Session III: Technology and Applications

9:30 Migration Technology for Enterprises
Vijay Beehary, CEO, VESL Technologies

10:00 High Availability, Data Storage and Disaster Recovery
Adi Brand, Network Alliances

10:30 Setting New Standards in Integrated ERP
Keith and Wendy Mullan, Co-Directors, Hansa Business Solutions

11:00 Tea Break

11:15 Implementing a pay-as-you grow IT solution, which increases System Availability of Critical Networks while decreasing TCO
Alan Morgan , Sales Manager, APC

11:45 Collaboration in a developing environment
Michael Salk, Senior Business Consultant, Ability Solutions

12:15 E-Learning: Experiences from Tanzania
Reshma Bharma, Consultant, E-Academy

12:45 Asset management for the Enterprise
Tom Rockliffe, Business Development Manager, Mincon (Pty) Ltd

13:15 Lunch Break

14:00 E- Governance comes of age
By Xavier Ogonda, CISCO

14:30 Enterprise Business Solutions
Mandla Thusi & Esat Ferra, IBM/Tri Continental

15:00 Banking for the future: Technology trends for the Banking sector
Niel Herbert, Sales Manager, Misys International Banking Systems

15:30 Enterprise IT Security: What you need to know
Vipul Shah, Director, PC Solutions

16:00 Business Accounting software
Alan Ware, Accpac Africa

16:30 IXPs: The value proposition
Bill Sangiwa, Tanzania ISP Association

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