World Computing Congress 2010

Computerworld's roundup of news and pictures from the event in Brisbane

The World Computer Congress is held every two years. Previous congresses have been held in Milan, Santiago and Tolouse. This year, it is being held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from 20 September till 23 September. Dubbed WCC2010, the congress combines content from commercial, industry, associations, and research sectors, showcasing and discovering innovative and leading ideas and approaches.

See all the Computerworld Australia coverage from the four-day event here.

In Pictures: World Computer Congress 2010
The speakers, exhibits and all the action from Brisbane

'Cloud computing' could hike cyber crime Nicholas Carr warns the cloud poses dangers to end users

Change management key to e-health Industry leaders key change management among clinicians, patients and politicians

When IT governance goes wrong
Stories from the trenches of government IT staff

Home NBN under fire from online expert
ROI just doesn't add up, says Wotif founder

Education fibre backbone goes to tender
Vocational Education Broadband Network accelerates to counter spiralling usage, lack of understanding from teachers

Local DDoS testbed bids to future-proof systems
Queensland University of Technology builds its own sandbox

Super Cheap Auto shares IT success story
Whole-of-business focus, social media delivery key

Protesters crash World Computing Congress
Richard Stallmans makes a stand at the World Computing Congress against software patents

Tax incentives needed to push entrepreneurial freedom founder calls for greater focus on digital economy and entrepreneurial activity

Game engine switches on uni for real world protection modelling
Critical infrastructure protection modelling viable through game engines, programming

Queensland Motorways moves to free-flow tolling system
First stage of intelligent transport system deployment

World Computer Congress raises questions of business, industry relevance
Search for business relevance continues as WCC 2010 hits fever pitch

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