FBI, Skype, Google and Cisco at the Twentieth Advania Fall Conference
- The twentieth Advania Fall Conference takes place at the Harpa concert hall and conference centre on the 12th of September
- Twenty seven presentation on three tracks
- Four key note spekers from Googe, Plain Vanilla Games, Cisco and Lazy Town
- Register on the Advania Fall Conference web site before 31st of August and get your ticket on a special Early Bird Price
The annual Advania Fall Conference is held at the Harpa concert hall and conference centre for the twentieth time on 12th of September. It features twenty seven presentations on three tracks: Security and technology, Management and Innovation. Presenters include specialists and managers from FBI, Microsoft, Google, Cisco, EMC, Citrix and Samsung who cover the latest in technology and information security. Icelandic and international professionals share their experience on how to use information technology to complete demanding projects successfully or for innovation.
The conference will feature four keynote speakers
- Thorsteinn B. Fridriksson CEO and founder of Plain Vanilla Games
- Carlos Dominguez Senior Vice President at Cisco
- Magnús Scheving entrepreneur and the founder of Lazy Town
- Jesper Ritsmer Stormholt, Regional Manager for Google Enterprise in the Nordics
Additionally several leading information technology companies will demonstrate their latest solutions at an Expo area.
Gain advantage through the use of information technology
„The aim of the annual Advania Fall Conference is to show our guests how to gain advantage through the use of information technology. In 2013 some 1.000 professionals and IT managers joined us and listened to speakers from technology leaders such as MIT, Amazon, Gartner, Microsoft, SAP and IBM. This event is the largest IT event in Iceland every year and is a unique opportunity for managers and professionals to learn about the latest trends in IT. The conference this year will be a special event for us as this the 20th Fall Conference so we anticipate a even big turnout this year.“