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The Final Conference Program is ready for download. A printed copy is provided on registration.

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  • Symposium Presenter Registration by 28th February
  • Early Bird Registration by 9th April
  • Advance Registration by 30th April
  • Late Registration after 30th April

Note: All IM 2007 paper/poster presenters must register at any of the presenter rates. IM 2007, IFIP and IEEE ComSoc will award a limited number of Student Travel Grants (STG).

An offline registration form can be found here. Register preferably online.

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"Integrated Network Management: Moving From Bits to Business Value"

The Tenth IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM 2007) will be held 21-25 May 2007 in Munich, Germany. IM 2007 will present the latest technical advances in the area of management, operations and control of networks, networking services, networked applications, and distributed systems. Held in odd-numbered years since 1989 and taking turns with its sibling conference NOMS, IM 2007 will build on the successes of its predecessors and serve as the primary forum for exchange among the research, standards, vendor and user communities in the field of integrated management. The symposium is sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Working Group 6.6 on Management of Networks and Distributed Systems, and by the IEEE Communications Society Technical Committee on Network Operations and Management (CNOM).

Integrated management of networked systems is facing new challenges, stemming from a combination of rapidly evolving technologies and an increased scrutiny from corporate customers. At the same time, as IT and network services become more and more ubiquitous, their reliability and performance become more critical for all kinds of enterprises. The resulting demands for improving and verifying service quality must be met in an environment of increasingly distributed and decentralized service provisioning, accelerated service lifecycles, and unprecedented security challenges. Today's IT management issues involve many diverse problems in controlling heterogeneous IT infrastructures, often across organizational boundaries. However, new and difficult challenges are emerging while aligning technical and organizational IT management to business requirements, thus calling for integrating management tools and measures "from bits to business value".