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MTG ANN: Portals to the Web at the SGML Forum of NY

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Chet Ensign <[log in to unmask]>

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General discussion of Extensible Markup Language <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 3 Mar 1999 14:43:05 -0500

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     Just thought you might be interested in the following meeting if you are in
     the New York city area (in the U.S., of course) & you are interested in Web
     channels as a way to leverage SGML or XML data. Please feel free to pass
     this along to anyone else who might be interested. Also note that we'll
     have online journal publishing in April.

     Best regards,

     /chet

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     The SGML Forum of New York invites you to attend:

     ENTERPRISE INFORMATION PORTALS AND XML

     Date:  Tuesday, March 16, 1999, 5:30 p.m.
     Place: McGraw-Hill, Inc.
            2nd Floor Conference Center rm. 208
            1221 Avenue of the Americas (entrance on 49th St.), New York, NY

     Agenda:   5:30 Opening Remarks
               5:45 Keynote Speaker:
                      Norbert H. Mikula
                      Director of Architectural Services
                      DataChannel
               6:30  Break and Refreshments
               6:45 Vendor Demonstration:
                      DataChannel RIO - an XML based framework
                      for two way corporate portals


     KEYNOTE:
       Enterprise Information Portals and XML

     Information is one of the most important assets- if not the most important
     one - of a modern-day company and XML is likely to become the general
     standard for the markup of information in webbased applications. Enterprise
     Information Portals (EIP) enable workers at all levels of an organization
     to get access to information on a personalized level. XML is a natural fit
     for EIPs as it provides an abstraction layer for all kinds of legacy data -
     on the level of metadata as well as actual data.

     The presentation will discuss the problems of information
     distribution/contribution, approaches to this problem and what role XML
     does/will play.


     VENDOR PRESENTATION
       DataChannel RIO

     DataChannel RIO is a two-way Corporate Portal whereby Companies can
     effectively publish, share, distribute and manage their mission-critical
     knowledge.

     DataChannel RIO provides an XML-based framework that makes Corporate
     Intranets and Extranets more useful by making them more usable. It controls
     user access, the enabling of true end-user publishing, and leverages
     existing investment in legacy data and distributed computing.


     ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

     Norbert H. Mikula is Director of Architectural Services at DataChannel
     where he also is the technical lead for its professional services division
     and the technical representative for DataChannel at the Open Applications
     Group.

     Norbert has developed one of the first XML parsers (NXP) and has been
     engaged in XML related efforts since the early days of this standard.
     Currently Norbert also serves as Chief Technology Officer on the board of
     directors of OASIS - the Organization for the Advancement of Structured
     Information Standards.


     UPCOMING EVENTS

     April 16th: On-Line Journal Publishing:
     Hear speakers from Elsevier Science and American Institute of Physics
     discuss their approaches to on-line publishing:

     For our vendor demonstration, Enigma will present their publishing engine
     that allows for CD and Web delivery for professional publishing.  Tonight's
     demo will include a publishing solution for Scientific American.



     SGML Forum of New York, Inc.  PO Box 650004  Fresh Meadows, NY  11365

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