USENIX LISA Conference: Live Streaming Keynote for Free

Nov 10, 2008

More than 1000 sysadmins from all over the world attend the USENIX LISA conference in San Diego -- for the keynote you can join our live stream for free and watch an extraordinary speaker: Sean Dennehy, Chief of Intellipedia Development, Directorate of Intelligence, U.S. Central Intelligence Agency will be talking about the "Need to know Culture".

The keynote is on Wednesday, November 12 at 8:45 am Pacific Time. After the Opening Remarks and announcing the LISA awards, Mario Obejas will introduce the keynote, titled "Implementing Intellipedia Within a "Need to Know" Culture".

Dennehy will share the technical and cultural changes underway at the CIA involving the adoption of wikis, blogs, and social bookmarking tools. The live streaming of the keynote is for free, and additionally you can follow the fortunes of large installation IT via live streaming as well. For more information about your front row ticket to the Invited Talks series of the USENIX LISA conference visit the Linux Pro Magazine web site.

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