Tuesday, 03 May 2016 02:18

CeBIT Australia 2016 Live Stream - Tuesday 3 May, Day 2

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CeBIT Australia 2016 is a MUST-ATTEND event in person, with a show floor packed with great stands, companies and technologies - and some keynotes being live streamed.

Let’s not beat around the bush - Australia’s longest running business technology exhibition is on right now at Sydney Olympic Park, 2 to 4 May 2016.

If you’re in the real of business technology, something that is very likely if you’re an iTWire reader, then make no mistake - CeBIT Australia 2016 is a fascinating, must-attend event.

There’s a stack of great technology on display, from mature companies with newly innovative solutions, through to a whole selection of cutting-edge startups - and all kinds of companies in between.

Day two and three of CeBIT will undoubtedly see plenty more visitors in attendance, as not everyone can come on the first day.

David Frith’s Computer Daily News put visitor numbers on Day 1 at 5,000, and with ten conferences, 300 exhibitors, 12 zones and more, there is plenty of content to devour for appropriate ticket holders.

Here is the live stream for Day 2 - details of what you can expect on the stream and when are below.

Day 2 CeBIT Australia 2016 - speakers on the Live Stream:

9.15am Solving the Transformation Equation – Harnessing transformation and disruption for strategic innovation

International Keynote:
Scott Anthony
Managing Partner, Innosight: Fulfilling the Promise of Digital: How humanising your business drives attention and trust

International Keynote:
Scott Monty
CEO and founder, Scott Monty Strategies

5.00pm Cybercrime: From SciFi to boardroom threat – Where the challenges lie in the digital future!

Shara Evans
Futurist & Chief Executive Officer, Market Clarity

For free access to CeBIT’s exhibition floor with 300 exhibitors, enter code CE16IWV at the CeBIT registration page here


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