ISPCON Spring 2005

October 18-20, 2005
Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, CA

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  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2005
Day/Time     Wireless Hosting Technology & Customers VoIP Business
9:00-10:00am   #W1
VoIP over Wireless: Developing and marketing profitable services
#H1
Hosting 2005: How to Win Against the Large Providers
#E1
The Impact of IMS on the Access Edge
#V1
Look Before You Leap: Assessing Your Network Readiness for VoIP
#B1
What's It Worth? Valuation and M&A Trends
9:00-10:00am   #S1
The 10 Must-Have Services your Customers Demand
10:15-11:15am   #W2
First Four Years as a WISP
#H2
Rebirth of the ASP - Profiting from SaaS and Managed Services
#E2
Beyond the Sender ID Framework. Understanding DKIM: Cryptography-Based Email Authentication
#V2
VoIP Build vs. Buy: Barriers to Entry
#B2
Customer-Centric Innovation to Drive Growth
11:30am-12:30pm   #W3
Strategies for Business-Focused WISPs
#H3
Securing Your (Web) Server With Open Source Tools
#E3
BitTorrent, Direct Connect and the Next Generation of Bandwidth Hogs
#V3
Turning to IP Voice to Generate New Revenue Streams
#B3
Top 10 Managed/Value-Added Services of Today and Tomorrow (and 5 to Avoid)
2:00-3:00pm  

Driving the New Era of Competition: VoIP, WiMAX and Beyond

Charles E. Hoffman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Covad Communications Group

  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2005
Day/Time     Wireless Hosting Technology & Customers VoIP Business
8:45-9:45am   #W4
Securing Wireless Networks with Open Source Tools
#H4
Hosting Reliable and Profitable Exchange Services
#E4
Getting Inside the Mind of Your Customer
#V4
Mitigating Network Security Risks of VoIP
#B4
The 10 Biggest Policy Issues Facing Your Business and What to Do About Them
10:00-11:00am  

Hosting 2.0: Building the Über-host

Moderator — David Snead, Attorney, W. David Snead, P.C.

Panelist — Robert Marsh, CEO, EV1Servers

Panelist — Warren Adelman, COO, GoDaddy

Panelist — Paul Stapleton, Industry Analyst and Banker, I$P HO$TING Report

Panelist — Mark Teolis, Chief Technology Officer, Peer 1 Network

3:00-4:00pm   #W5
Getting Your Share: The E-Rate WISP
#H5
Driving Profits with Development and E-Commerce Services
#E5
Securing Customers, Securing Their Data
#V5
QoS and Peering for VoIP/SIP Services
#B5
Muni Networks and You: Embracing the Reality
4:15-5:15pm   #W6
WiMAX: Experience from the Field
#H6
High-Quality Customer Service for Hosting
#E6
Love Technology? Use it to Win Customers
#V6
Handling The Top 5 Challenges of VoIP
#B6
The Business Case and Practice of Advocacy
6:15-8:30pm  

Open Source Communications EXCHANGE
*You must have a conference pass to attend!*

6:15-8:30pm  

ISP-CEO EXCHANGE
*You must have a conference pass to attend!*

  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2005
Day/Time     Wireless Hosting Technology & Customers VoIP Business
9:00-10:00am   #W7
Burning Bridges: Routing the Wireless Network
#H7
Making a Killing with Sarbox, Compliance and Archiving Services
#E7
Helping Customers Stay Safe
#V7
Packaging and Delivering Business-class Voice Services to SOHO and SME Customers
#B7
Your Best Business Options in the Kevin Martin Era
10:15-11:15am   #W8
Beyond the Wireless Panacea: Viable Options Revealed
#H8
Blog Hosting Services, Sound Models Amid the Hype
#E8
SEO for Fun and Profit...er, You and Your Customers
#V8
Intro to Asterisk Open Source PBX
#B8
The Big Shift: Successful Exits, Funding New Models
11:30am-12:30pm   #W9
Financing Strategies for Broadband Wireless
#H9
Maximizing Your Data Center Dollars
#E9
Leveraging Open Source Tools for Email Systems
#V9
Advanced Asterisk Management and Programming
#B9
Connection as VAS Conduit, Optimizing a Profitable VAS Model