The CIO Summit has a history of being the event for networking and connecting in the technology space.
Organisers, Conferenz and IDC, are hoping that this year will be no exception with the Summit and Expo being both live and virtual and entry to the Expo and seminars being free of charge.
“We’re hoping that the Expo being free will bring more small businesses and start-ups. The seminar topics will be worthwhile in and of themselves, but the chance to network could be huge for some small businesses.” Mili Goswami, the Event Manager for the CIO Summit says.
The seminars cover relevant and useful topics, from cyber security to AI and Automation to digital workforce solutions and are also hosted by some big-name companies – from Vocus to MinterEllisonRuddWatts. Conferenz and IDC are hoping that this means smaller businesses and start-ups will now have the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge which will help them steer through the difficult first years of building a business.
With the seminars geared towards future-planning and future-proofing business, that seems more likely. Jefferson King, a Market Analyst, will be discussing pivotal trends that are expected to shape the upcoming years, such as personalisation of information, machine learning, evolution of multi-cloud technology and low-code and no-code solutions, while Nisha Clark – the CIO of Downer – will be talking about the changing human element within the IT space, and how to get it right at the recruitment level, upskilling staff to remain ahead of global trends and fostering a supportive, collaborative and inclusive culture. These are just two of the many sessions which are available at the Expo.
Not only this, but the exhibitors include a list of impressive names: Kordia, Theta, Cyna – they will all be there. An excellent way of getting insights into the newest tech products and services, the exhibitors will be there to guide you along how to make sure your business is performing at the best capacity.