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MARK GROSS, DATA CONVERSION LABORATORY’S PRESIDENT, TO SPEAK ON XML AT FOSE CONFERENCE MARCH 20TH
FRESH MEADOWS, NY—MARCH 13, 2001—“Getting the Most from XML,” is the technology convergence issue Mark Gross will address as part of a panel at the 25th anniversary FOSE Conference (Federal Office Systems Exposition) to be held in Washington, D.C. next week.
Gross, president of Data Conversion Laboratory (www.dclab.com), will cover practical techniques for integrating XML into document data structure and using XML to distribute content through the Web and other digital conduits.
Gross is an expert on XML, having authored articles and white papers on the subject, as well as having written the chapter on large-scale conversions for Charles Goldfarb’s “XML Handbook, Version 3.” At Data Conversion Laboratory, Gross oversees the conversion of millions of pages of data each year.
“Many people tend to look at XML as the ‘Silver Bullet’ to universal conversion. The fact is, not all XML is created equal because XML is a content-oriented markup and everyone uses data differently. There are many ways to interpret the same information, and there are many pitfalls one can run into with XML. DCL is an expert at avoiding them,” Gross said.
Gross will present his talk on Tuesday, March 20th, 11:30-12:30, at the Washington Convention Center. The FOSE Conference will run from March 20th--22nd. For more information, please visit the FOSE website, www.fose.com.