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BCS Event on Enterprise Search and Security Loopholes

The Isle of Man Chapter of the BCS is holding an event on Enterprise and eBusiness Search Technologies and Security Loopholes and Hacking Updates on the 14th April at the Claremont Hotel in Douglas.The programme of events is as follows:

17:00 Doors open – Drinks, complimentary snacks, and networking opportunity

18:00 “Enterprise and eBusiness Search Technology

Connie Chen, Transparensee, New York City (speaker kindly supplied by US Department of Commerce)

18:30 Q & A

18:45 “Security Loopholes and Hacking Updates

Mark Mann, Webtech Software, Ballasalla, Isle of Man

19:15 Q & A

19:45 Optional meal with the speakers and BCS Isle of Man committee

(£15 for 2 courses in Coast restaurant)

It sounds like a fascinating event for ICT professionals and also others interested in the sphere of technology. Entrance is free, but please email events@bcs.org.im to ensure a place is reserved for you.

More information on their website

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