GNU on Fifth Avenue: Free Software Demo Day for Small Business
On Friday, May 24th, the New York Linux Scene and the City University of New York will present the GNU/Linux Small Business Demo, featuring a variety of free software useful for small businesses. The Demo will be held at 365 Fifth Avenue in New York, New York.
Speakers will include Linux Journal contributors Ruben Safir of Brooklyn and David Sugar of the Bayonne internet telephony project. The seminar will focus on software for small businesses, such as file-sharing and desktop applications, project management systems, SQL databases and internet telephony and radio.
10:00 AM-10:30 AMRuben Safir Opening Remarks, GNU/Linux and the Small Business
10:40AM-11:10PMJonathan Jacobs X Terminal Services, Cross-Platform Interoperability, the GNU/Linux Desktop
11:30PM-12:00PMPhil Glaser phpGroupWare
12:30PM-1:00PMRuben Safir SQL Database Management, Overview of GNU/Linux, Mail/Web/File Servers
1:30PM-2:00PMMarco Scoffier Graphics and Imaging Software
2:30PM-3:00PMDavid Sugar Bayonne, Internet Telephony
3:30PM-4:00PMMarco Scoffier and Brett Wynncoop Internet Audio Broadcasting Server
Don Marti is the technical editor of Linux Journal.