If you missed it-vision live, put yourself in the picture now

Friday 28 June saw the very first edition of it-vision, the free, live webcast for the IT industry produced by gbtv in...

Friday 28 June saw the very first edition of it-vision, the free, live webcast for the IT industry produced by gbtv in association with Computer Weekly.

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If you didn't manage to see it, don't worry; we'll be broadcasting continuous re-runs right up until the next edition - the date of which will be announced soon. Chaired by editor Karl Schneider, featured three main panel debates; each of them discussed by key industry figures. Throughout each discussion (approximately 25 minutes in duration), e-mails from viewers were received and incorporated into the debates as they happened. First up was the issue of . Contributing to the discussion was Adriaan Serfontein, (Posetiv Ltd.), Nick Drabble, (Tivoli Ltd.) and David Rippon, (Pragmatic Services Ltd., Elite) On the subject of we heard from Phil Naybour, (Thales e-Security), Jeremy Butt, (Watchguard Technologies Inc.), Adam McElroy, (Hewlett-Packard) and David Taylor, (Certus). was the topic of the third debate. Here we heard from Clive Hyland, (PinkRoccade), Paul Bingham, (Atos Origin UK Ltd.), David Taylor, (Certus), David Rippon, (Pragmatic Services Ltd., Elite) and Philip Ross, (Professional Contractors Group). As you can imagine, all this made for some pretty heated debate. And talking of heat, also gives you chance to catch up on what's hot from companies like PinkRoccade, Watchguard Technologies, TAH Ltd., Thales e-Security and Atos Origin Ltd. As we said before, if you didn't get to see live, all is not lost. Simply log on to now. And if that wasn't enough, edited highlights of the show will be available on a video enhanced CD-Rom available FREE with the 18 July issue of Computer Weekly. And to make the issue boiling hot there's an opportunity to win a DVD player sponsored by Atos Origin Ltd - entry available via CD-Rom only.
This was last published in July 2002

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