DAX Four-City Road Show to offer File Transfer Education
Press release from the issuing company
BOSTON -- Digital Art Exchange, Inc. (DAX), today
announced a four-city road show to launch DAX-IT, a secure service that
allows businesses involved with large graphic files to reliably deliver
information using a web browser. DAX-IT (secure Information Transfer) was
developed through a strategic partnership with Hilgraeve, Inc., which was
announced in December, and will be available for DAX clients at the end of
The DAX-IT road show will kick off in Boston on Thursday, March 15th. The
remaining dates are:
-- New York City (March 22nd);
-- Philadelphia (March 29th); and
-- Chicago (April 5th).
Why a Road Show?...
The primary goal of the DAX-IT road show is to guide attendees through the
various methods of file transfer currently available in the graphic
communications industry. Attendees will learn the benefits and pitfalls of
several file transfer methods that they may in fact be using today. The
program emphasizes that, while there are many solutions, security is always
the number one concern among industry professionals.
The keynote speaker for DAX-IT road show in all four cities will be
Christopher J. Heric, an industry veteran and expert in Internet systems,
production and workflow within the graphic communications industry. As a
digital publishing, prepress and systems consultant, Heric works
extensively with commercial printers, magazines, publishers and prepress
facilities on everything from production workflow to distributing PDF
As a member of the SWOP (Specifications Web Offset Publications) Review
Committee and Adobe Technical Advisory Board -- among others -- Heric
combines both practical application with technical experience regarding
file transfer and digital workflow issues in the printing and graphic arts
industry. A strong proponent of education on the industry-wide level, Heric
is also a moderator of the IPA (International Prepress Association)
Prepress Forum on PrintPlanet.com, a division of DAX.
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