Dimension Data Forum 12
- 13 June, 2003 11:05
DIMENSION DATA FORUM 12</p>
<p>Sydney, 13 June 2003 – Dimension Data Australia is holding its twelfth annual Forum at the Hyatt Regency, Coolum, Queensland from Thursday 14th to Monday 18th August 2003. The Forum is widely recognised as the most important business and technology event on the Australian IT calender.</p>
<p>This year’s Forum, themed "productivity and performance", brings together an impressive array of industry vendors, including: Cisco Systems; Microsoft; Sun Microsystems; Telstra; EMC; Intel; APC; Check Point; Citrix; Concord; Forrester; Fuji Xerox; Genesys; KVS; Nortel Networks; Packeteer; and Verint.</p>
<p>The Forum Keynotes and Sessions provide discussions and demonstrations of industry best practice, from both a business and technical perspective. Some of the topics for this year’s event include: trends in data and network services; managed environments; identity management and security policies; voice, video, data and storage consolidation; information portals; server virtualisation and mobility.</p>
<p>The Solutions Showcase, which consists of a number of interactive pods will demonstrate in a simulated corporate environment, how to enhance customer and staff communications to help businesses make productivity and performance gains.</p>
<p>Featuring a unique combination of local and overseas speakers, the Forum provides an ideal opportunity for attendees across all facets of the IT industry to explore the practical applications of technology to solve business problems and how true productivity gains can be realised when the IT environment is performing optimally and is aligned with business needs.</p>
<p>For further information about ‘Forum 12’ please visit Dimension Data’s web site at http://forum12.didata.com.au</p>
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