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It was our intention to organize IAIT 2010 as the place where researchers and ind- trial practitioners could share their work and achievements in information technology, both theoretical and in application. This is the fourth time we have organized IAIT to serve as a venue to foster collaboration among industry and academia from different parts of the world. A lot has been achieved since the launch of the first IAIT in 2005; however, many challenges remain to be addressed in the years to come. IAIT 2010 drew attendance from leading professionals in both industry and academes, as in IAIT 2009. In addition to the relevant program offered by IAIT 2010, the conference p- vided an excellent environment to meet peers in the IT profession, build relationships, and exchange lessons learned. During the conference, participants presented and d- cussed the latest topics in information technology, ranging from technical knowledge and experimentation to future strategic directions. As the Internet continues to reach out even further, almost everything in our daily life is accessible via IP addresses, our societies need to recognize that we need new knowledge to make this advancement become a benefit to all life in this world. It is almost impossible to gain this new knowledge without contributions from our c- leagues, working in various aspects of information technology. Some times, new knowledge found in one area can help simplify difficult task in another. Together we can make our world better by creating applications from information technology.
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Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2010
Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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