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DCI's Corporate and e-Business Portals Conference
This conference, running November 12-14, 2002 in Chicago, IL is a solid educational forum on developing portals for both internal corporate and e-Business use. Divided into three program areas: portal planning; content and application integration; and Web Services knowledge, these program areas include real-world case studies illustrating the successes and challenges encountered during implementation as well as sessions on technical detail and business perspectives. Sample topics include implementing web portals with existing enterprise content applications such as content management systems, Web servers, digital media, business intelligence systems, relational and legacy databases and operational and e-Business applications. Other topics include searching, mining and integrating portal content, Web infrastructures for portal development and using XML in portal products.

Voice: 978.470.3880

Knowledge Management Conference: - Advancing Knowledge Management for Competitive Advantage

This event explores knowledge management- what it is and why it is critical to an organization's success. What does it mean to embrace knowledge, and why should it raise the bar in an organ-ization? Find out from leading practitioners how organizations benefit from doing this. Find out where knowledge management headed and learn how to measure it. What are the measurement issues and the metrics involved in knowledge management? Learn from leading experts on measurement and management reporting systems. Report Card on Canadian Successes. The Knowledge Management Conference will deliver a report card on Canadian successes and take a look at where knowledge management is going.

Knowledge Management Conference
Voice: 416.361.1000

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Data Mining: Level I - An Intensive Introduction to Methods, Applications and Resources
This two-day course, taught by Tony Rathburn, offers a broad-brushed introduction to data mining terminology, methods, resources and business issues. Those in attendance will learn about various methods of data modeling, competitive advantages, and common pitfalls that often cause data mining projects to fall short of their potential.
Registration: $1,095, 2 Days
Orlando, FL - January 28 & 29, 2003

Las Vegas, NV - April 1 & 2, 2003

Data Mining: Level II - A Drill-Down of the Data Mining Process, Tools and Techniques
This second level offering, taught Dean Abbott, examines the data mining process at a functional level. Attendees will observe and participate in demonstrations of computer-guided analytical techniques for extracting and interpreting complex business rules from data. This course presents a rapid and substantial boost in the understanding of data mining concepts, tools, techniques and supporting methods, Those who have not recently been exposed to analytical software, statistical methods or modeling terminology may benefit by obtaining a solid platform through the Level 1 offering two days immediately preceding this course at the same site.
Registration: $1,095, 2 Days
Orlando, FL - January 30 & 31, 2003

Las Vegas, NV - April 3 & 4, 2003

The Modeling Agency (TMA)
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