Category Archives: Keynote

2007 Sol Libes (Banquet Speaker)


Sol Libes “Computer Hobbyist: The Origin of the Species” Sol Libes founded the Amateur Computer Group of New Jersey in early 1975. The ACGNJ is the oldest Personal Computer Club in the world serving both PC & Macintosh users. Sol served as ACGNJ President for six years, in other positions for another four years, before retiring in 1986. Sol also, in 1976, co-founded, with Allen Katz, the Trenton Computer Festival, the first Personal Computer show. Sol was a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Programming at Union County College for 25 years, retiring in 1993. He has a BA from the City University of New York and an MS from Rutgers University. He also taught in the Rutgers University Graduate School of Computer Science and was a visiting lecturer at other Colleges and Universities. Sol is the author of 16 books, most of them on Personal Computer hardware and software design. Many have been translated into several foreign languages. He has authored over 300 magazine articles that have appeared in more than 30 different magazines and journals. He was a monthly columnist in Byte magazine (for many years the leading Personal Computer magazine) for six years, beginning in 1976 and was the Editor of Microsystems Journal (a magazine for computer hardware and software designers) from 1979 to 1988.

Constantine Kaniklidis


“Vista Exposed”

Constantine Kaniklidis, President of TES (Technology Education Support), is an industry-recognized expert in Data and Internet Security, Microsoft OS (Windows XP/Server 2003/Vista/Longhorn (2007)), Web Development and Web Services, among others. Over the past 25 years he has conducted thousands of technical, management, and executive seminars, and delivered consulting services in all these areas.







2008 David Perry

2008 David Perry
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“Identity Theft”David is Global Director of Education for Trend Micro, an antivirus software company. He is a leading authority on computer security and virus prevention. He has more than 25 years in the technical support and education field and is a top-rated industry speaker having appeared at numerous industry trade shows including RSA, EICAR, AVAR and has even spoken at the White House. He has also been featured on television and radio and in print media interviews. David has been interviewed by The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time magazine, ZDNet and other publications. He has appeared on TV and radio all over the world, including Good Morning America, BBC News, Fox News and ABC News. He is one of the most quoted experts in the field of computer viruses, malware and security education. At the end of 1999 during the Y2K vigilance, he was on hand in Washington D.C. providing his services as a computer virus expert for the President’s Task Force on Y2K Issues. Before joining Trend Micro he worked at Norton on Norton Antivirus, and at McAfee.

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