paper submission dates to the CIFS conference

Gerald (Jerry) Carter jerry at
Fri May 20 18:13:38 GMT 2005

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I couldn't find these at the conference web site
( so I figured I would pass
them along.  This is from the call for papers I
received earlier this month.

cheers, jerry
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CIFS Conference and Plug-Fest 2005 Call for Papers


The 9th Annual CIFS Conference and Interoperability Lab - <> , will be
held at the Doubletree Hotel in San Jose, California,
on August 1-5, 2005.

This year, in an all-new format, the CIFS Conference will
be co-located with the first SNIA Developers Solutions
Conference and Showcase,, allowing
CIFS attendees to avail themselves of new conference tracks
including Fibre Channel, SMI, Security and other emerging
and important topics such as Grid Computing, OSD and more.

There will be an opening day of keynotes, 2-days of tutorials
& technical presentations, a 4 day CIFS client/server
Interoperability Lab, and the first co-located iSCSI plugfest.

Topics of Interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

*        Management and Manageability
*        CIFS Extensions
*        Active Directory Intro.
*        New Behavior with Win2K3 and Longhorn
*        Policy Management
*        Virtualization & High Availability of CIFS and NFS
*        CIFS User Mgmt in Large Networks
*        End-User Case Studies

Important Dates

	Paper Submission Deadline:	June 10, 2005
	Notification of Acceptance:	July 5, 2005
	Conference:			August 1-5, 2005

Submission Information

Papers should be electronically submitted, written in English.
Format should be in PowerPoint, Word, or PDF.
Please include a summary of the proposed presentation
along with three (3) learning objectives that attendees
can take away from attending.


Please contact Lisa Mercurio at Lisa at

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