Providing Secure Access to Corporate Databases and Documents 
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 Providing Secure Access to Corporate Databases and Documents

The University of Maryland would like to invite you and other members of
your organization to participate in a special satellite broadcast
seminar titled:

Organizing the Internet Services: Providing Secure
Access to Corporate Databases and Documents

Course Code: MC96022201
Thursday, February 22, 1996
11am-5pm Eastern

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The Internet is emerging as a platform where companies can freely
advertise their products and services. Currently, companies are not
utilizing their databases to support customer requests. The result is
accurate, current information that may not be available to customers,
thus leading to potential loss of business. The main aim of this one-day
course is to enable participants to set up secure, efficient, reliable
WWW access to their company's electronic advertising/promotional
materials and databases.

BENEFITS:
* Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
* Create multimedia home pages of company products/services
* Provide WWW access to company databases
* Construct distributed WWW servers to improve response time and enhance
reliability
* Maintain security, hiding proprietary company data, while providing
limited access to company databases
* SPECIAL ADDED BENEFIT: E-mail interaction with the presenter for 45
days after the program

INTENDED AUDIENCE:
Programmers, technical personnel, database designers/administrators and
managers responsible for software development. Individuals
developing/marketing products and services using the Internet.

PREREQUISITES:
A basic knowledge of computer science

RECOMMENDED TEXT:
Multimedia Database Systems: Issues and Research Directions, eds. S.
Jajodia and V.S. Subrahmanian, Springer Verlag, forthcoming, Nov. 1995.
This is a recommended, but not required text.

PRESENTER:
V.S. Subrahmanian, Ph.D., received his Ph.D. in 1989 from Syracuse
University. Since then, he has been on the faculty of the University of
Maryland, College Park, where he is currently an associate professor of
computer science. He is widely known for his work in integrating
multiple databases, data structures and software packages. For this
work, he received the prestigious NSF National Young Investigator award
in 1993. He is the principal developer of the HERMES "Heterogeneous
Reasoning and Mediator System," a platform for software integration. He
has worked extensively on multimedia databases and has developed the
MACS Media-Abstraction Creation System, the AVIS Advanced Video
Information System, and the{*filter*}Face Information System. Prof.
Subrahmanian has authored more than 75 papers, and delivered invited
addresses at several international conferences. He has edited one book
(MIT Press) and another edited volume by him on multimedia databases is
scheduled to appear in Nov. 1995 (Springer Verlag).



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