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The 7th CIO Strategy Summit

Feb 11 - 13, 2015

The Grand Hyatt , Melbourne: City & inner suburbs (VIC)

You may have been a successful IT leader so far – but the world has changed, organisations are reinventing themselves and consumerisation is changing how we live our lives. Businesses are undertaking digital transformations, current IT models are obsolete and in a state of flux.

ACS Future Leaders Institute

Feb 22 - 26, 2015

Peppers Salt Resort and Spa on Salt Beach, Mid North Coast (NSW)

To prosper in the digital age, Australia needs courageous CIO’s who can make the right decisions faster and more often. So what does it take to be one?

Australian Data Centre Strategy Summit

Mar 10 - 12, 2015

Marriott Resort, Gold Coast, Gold Coast (QLD)

Australia's annual Data Centre Strategy Summit returns for the third time in March 2015 after two years of setting the standard for technology conferences.

The Next Big Thing Summit

Apr 21, 2015

Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne: City & inner suburbs (VIC)

Business leadership in the age of disruptive technology.

The Internet of Things Summit

Apr 22, 2015

Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne: City & inner suburbs (VIC)

The Internet of Things Summit is Australia’s only business event dedicated to this subject.

Cards and Payments 2015

May 20 - 21, 2015

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne: City & inner suburbs (VIC)

Cards & Payments Australia will bring leading global technology innovators together with payment leaders to explore the changing face of payments.
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