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AIIA and Standards Australia Dinner : Raising the Bar

Wednesday, 30 April 2014

}12:00am

DOCKSIDE, BALCONY LEVEL, COCKLE BAY WHARF, SYDNEY, NSW 2000

Details

Please join AIIA and Standards Australia in an evening that brings together:

  • Australian business leaders
  • Australian government leaders
  • Community Leaders
  • International delegation of 100 global leaders in Cloud Service Delivery

During the week of 28 April – 3 May 2014, Australia will be host to a workshop of global leaders that seeks to bring considerable progress to “online service from anywhere and any at scale – small and large” by further developing standards that make this possible in a world where interoperability between businesses, governments and suppliers at national and international levels is becoming an expectation whilst maintaining security, privacy and service levels in a sustainable way.

These leaders from the JTC1/SC 38 forum will join us for dinner on Wednesday 30th April and *guest speakers will include:

  • Dr. Donald Deutsch, Vice President,  Standards Strategy and Architecture, Oracle and Global Chair of JTC 1 Web Services Study Group
  • Dr. John Zic, Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO and Australian Chair of JTC 1 SC 38)

*Other speakers to be confirmed

The dinner will provide an opportunity for those that shape the global framework for cloud computing standards to hear the business needs of Australian organisations and how they are applying flexible online service delivery models within their organisations. Guests will also be provided with extensive high value networking opportunities – including with international guests.

Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor: redhat

Gold sponsors: CSIRO, hp, Microsoft, nextgen group

Terms and Conditions

By purchasing tickets to this event you agreed to the capture, storage and use of your data as detailed in the AIIA Privacy Policy. Refunds will be issued should the event be postponed and attendees cannot make the new date.

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