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This roadshow is designed to provide LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS of over 30 
functions and applications within i5/OS, Linux, AIX and Windows - all
Running on an iSeries i5.

Solutions demos include, but are not limited to: WebFacing, HATS,
WebMin for Linux administration, Windows administration, AIX, IBM
Workplace, eCommerce, iSeries Access for Web, Portal, etc.

Agenda 
8:30 am - 9:00 am Power Breakfast and Registration 
9:00 am - 9:30 am Power up your business with i5 
9:30 am - 12 noon i5 Live in Action... Be amazed by what you already
have 
Session 1: Drive business efficiencies with leading edge technologies 
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           Simplify your infrastructure to reduce cost and complexity.
12 noon - 1:30 pm Lunch: High Availability - The Next Generation of 
 Technologies  meeting your  Sarbanes-Oxley  Requirements

To register Call 1-800-957-4511, ext. 201 
Or online at www-926.ibm.com/events/smb 

LOCATIONS:

Tuesday, June 7 
Buffalo, NY 
Buffalo Marriott Niagara 
1340 Millersport Highway 
Amherst, NY 14221 

Wednesday, June 8 
Syracuse, NY 
The Marx Hotel & Conference 
Center (Radisson Syracuse) 
701 East Genesee Street 
Syracuse, NY 13210 

Thursday, June 9 
Albany, NY 
Holiday Inn Albany Turf 
on Wolf Road 
205 Wolf Road 
Albany, NY 12205 

Friday, June 10 
Providence, RI 
Crowne Plaza Hotel 
Providence-Warwick 
801 Greenwich Avenue 
Warwick, RI 02886 

Tuesday, June 14 
Boston, MA 
F1 Boston 
290 Wood Road 
Braintree, MA 02184 

Wednesday, June 15 
West Lebanon, NH 
A Fireside Inn & Suites 
25 Airport Road 
West Lebanon, NH 03784
 
Thursday, June 16 
Portland, ME 
Doubletree Hotel Portland 
1230 Congress Street 
Portland, ME 04102 

Friday, June 17 
Uncasville, CT 
Mohegan Sun Casino 
1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard 
Uncasville, CT 06382

Darryl Johns
IBM iSeries Strategic Workloads Specialist
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In this antiques roadshow, 430 lots of prized sculpture, furniture, art, textiles and religious icons valued at $1.5 million travelled from Sydney ...

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