Dana Jacobs, 972-473-3481

Sept. 10, 2003

SMU's Advanced Computer Education Center To Host Information Technology Seminars

Plano (SMU) -- The SMU School of Engineering's Advanced Computer Education Center will host a series of information technology seminars from Sept. 22- 26. All events will be held at the SMU Legacy campus, located at 5236 Tennyson Parkway, Suite 200 in Plano. Attendance at the seminars is free, but participants must register by Friday, Sept. 19. To register go to www.smu-training.com/plano/career. More information and speaker biographies are available on the web.

Monday, Sept. 22

  • "Your Professional Transformation," Alma Weaver Jones, motivational speaker with Coaching Synergy.
  • "Migrating Enterprise Applications to The .Net Framework," Barry Bloom, chief architect of E-Business for Mary Kay Cosmetics.

Tuesday, Sept. 23

  • "Emerging Wireless Technologies," Dave Livingston, cofounder of DFW Wireless Group.

Wednesday, Sept. 24

  • "Security Market Overview Legislation, Trends, and Best Practices," Andrew J. Afifi, information technology strategist with Computer Associates.
  • "Think Enterprise: Delivering Edge to Edge Solutions" Robert J. Fecteau, chief information officer for INSCOM (the IT agency for the U.S.Army).

Thursday, Sept. 25

  • "Digital Evidence in Cyber Crime Investigations," Michael S. Morris, director of the North Texas FBI forensic unit.
  • "Fraud Prevention in the Corporate IT Environment," Joe Hendrix, director of Global Investigations for EDS.

Friday, Sept. 26

  • Networking Event at the Plano campus.

SMU's Advanced Computer Education Center provides leading edge training in computer technologies as well as technical seminars to corporate executives and students to further their knowledge of real world applications