Three days of discovery …
The peak event for business productivity
Produced by the world’s largest event company, Deutsche Messe Worldwide.
All under one roof, you will find:
CeBIT is a three-day crash course in everything you need to understand about the new wave of digital transformation
CeBIT Australia Exhibiton:
The largest annual business exhibition in Australia, with specialist showfloor areas covering Cloud, data centres, Big Data, communications, financial technology, Security, mobility, Social Media and eGovernment. The biggest gathering of business technology professionals in the country
CeBIT Global Conferences:
Seven powerful conferences, hundreds of experts, and international plenary speakers. These events follow the huge success of CeBIT in Hannover – the biggest business technology show in the world
CeBIT Tech Networking:
CeBIT Australia is where tens of thousands of business technology professionals meet every year.
“I would like to extend my support to this important event, and encourage you to participate at CeBIT Australia in 2013. This is an important opportunity to showcase the innovations that are helping to drive the digital economy, and to demonstrate how businesses are thriving in this marketplace.”
“CeBIT Australia is a key international event that promotes trade interests across international markets, particularly in the Asia Pacific region. It highlights how technology brings us closer to our neighbours and makes our economies more interconnected. These important new digital connections are critical to Australia’s regional relationships in the Asian Century.”
“CeBIT Australia has grown to become a key annual technology event in our region and it plays a critical role in showcasing the innovations that help drive productivity across our economy. Sydney and NSW are the natural home of the technology sector in this country, and the NSW Government is proud to be the Official Partner of CeBIT Australia.”
There is no event that brings together business technology experts like a CeBIT. It is the annual meeting place for tens of thousands of specialist – all under one roof. Powered by global event giant Deutsche Messe Worldwide, CeBIT Australia brings new focus to the disruptive technology transforming global business, with hundreds of innovators and thousands of experts present on the showfloor and conference halls. There is no event like it.
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The CeBIT showfloor is alive with new ideas and new ways to do business. It includes business products for more than 450 companies, thousands of local experts, hundreds of theatrette presentations and countless hands-on demonstrations. Find the companies and the experts that can help your company survive and thrive.Learn more
The Biggest Startup event in Australia featured in Hall 6, this event is cross-pollinated with the 35,000 business visitors that will come through the doors of CeBIT Australia.
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Salesforce.com, along with our social and mobile cloud computing partners, will be on hand to demonstrate the future of cloud computing.
Mobility and ubiquitous connectivity are having a transformative effect across all industries. But nowhere is this impact more profound than the financial sector. At the heart of the digital economy are financial systems, and sweeping technology changes that have enabled the movement of money – from efficient micro-transactions to global trades. Information technology has radically changed the way customers interact with financial institutions, and has made the financial services market more competitive than ever before.
CeBIT Australia 2013 has designated an area of its showfloor area to the Bank of the Future – everything your company needs to understand about money transactions in the new economy to remain competitive.
Stationed on the showfloor at CeBIT Australia, the CeBIT Social Media Command Centre keeps an all-knowing eye on social conversations happening around the show. A wall of LCDs showcase a live feed of recent tweets, popular locations on Foursquare, social media updates from influencers, and interesting factoids and insights about the people behind the social data.
A team of community managers man a desk of computers outfitted with access to Salesforce's Marketing Cloud. The crew serve as the official voice of the CeBIT account, they're listening, actively retweeting attendees, scouring for people in need of assistance or information about the show and publishing content to improve the overall attendee experience.
Come and talk to the agents and see how its done, the experience at CeBIT this year, extends well beyond the dates and walls of the conference.
Harper Reed is the rock-star geek at the vortex of the creation of the vast Obama for America 2012 digital operation. He is just one in a huge line-up of high-profile international and local expert speakers in the CeBIT Global Conferences program. These are the people using smart technology to transform businesses. With a focus on successful case studies, these events explore critical areas of business productivityLearn more
29th May 2013
The vast resources of the financial services sector will not shelter its bigger players from a wave of new disruptive technologies that blur the lines between bank and non-bank providers of financial services. The changes in the sector are dramatic.
From Cloud services and Big Data analytics, to security, mobility and next-generation payment platforms, this conference is a one-day entrée to the most pressing technology issues facing the sector. Speakers include Obama for America CTO Harper Reed, NAB’s Chief of Technology Strategy Denis Curran, and DBS Bank CIO Steve Monaghan.
Sydney serves as an important financial hub for the Asia Pacific region and CeBIT Australia is where the financial sector gathers to discuss its digital technology future.
30th May 2013
The WebForward workshops will cover key issues for getting the most out of social marketing, whether you’re tasked with driving organic traffic, managing paid campaigns, or stewarding your company’s brand with online reputation management and customer service. Furthermore, it will address the challenges associated with mobile marketing and how to use analytics to progress your campaigns.
30th May 2013
Like all CeBIT Global Conference events, BI &qmp; Big Data focuses entirely on commercial realities rather than technology hype. And there is no more heavily hyped new business frontier than Big Data. Bringing it back to earth are the frontline data warriors who have successfully used Big Data to improve commercial and business outcomes. Speakers include Obama for America 2012 Chief Data Scientist Rayid Ghani, American Express Head of Global Marketing Development Jeff Evans, and Echo Entertainment Group CTO Rob James.
If you are looking to unearth new opportunities through the better application of the data you have available, BI & Big Data will help you achieve that.
29th May 2013
Massively scalable Cloud services have transformed the business technology landscape over the past several years. Its accelerated adoption in the past 12 months has made the adoption and integration of Cloud-based services at some level a fundamental business requirement, rather than an option to investigate later. The CeBIT Conference includes international luminaries including Obama for America 2012 CTO Harper Reed, as well sophisticated local user case studies from Mi9/ninemsn CTO Damian Cronan and the ANZ’s CTO Patrick Maes.
The CeBIT Cloud Conference is not a trip down Hyperbole Lane. It focuses on the commercial and the practical. It is tailored to undercover the best strategies for implementing and integrating Cloud services into your business, exposing the significant challenges, not just the blue-sky opportunities.
30th May 2013
CeBIT’s Enterprise Mobility conference focuses on integration issues, and on maximising return on investment.
Mobility offers huge efficiency improvements, but adds new layers of complexity to the technology management of an organisation. The payoff can be huge, but it can be hard! CeBIT Global Conferences draws together global expertise that was convened at its European event in Hannover to curate an Enterprise Mobility conference that cuts through the consumer fluff that so often dominates discussion of mobility issues. This event is about positive business outcomes.
Hear real-life business stories from Tier One speakers like JP Morgan Client Technology Management Director William Fraser, Australian National University CIO Peter Nikoletatos on security, or Toyota Australia’s Service Delivery Corporate Manager Ellis Brover.
28th May 2013
Germany is the largest provider of transportation and logistics services in the world. The Supply Chain and Logistics Conference at CeBIT gets to the business heart of improving efficiencies and driving costs out of the supply and delivery chain.
More than any other, the supply chain and logistics sector is a hotbed of innovation. Every sale that moves from a bricks-and-mortar retail business to the internet has to be packaged and delivered in a timely fashion - meaning the logistics business is both booming and searching for efficiencies.
28 - 30 May 2013
The biggest Startup event in Australia covering the following areas:
28th May 2013
With a line-up of real-world security case studies from end-user organisations, the Cyber Security Conference focuses on the practical considerations of business risk, cost and reward.
There has never been a more important time to talk about cyber security. The digital economy has transformed the way we do business. But it has also transformed business risk. If you are in business today, you need to understand what those risks are, and how they can be mitigated. Big Data, Cloud services, mobility and ubiquitous connectivity are an opportunity that needs to be managed. The Cyber Security Conference at CeBIT Australia is the most important digital security sector event that will be held in Australia this year.
29th May 2013
Moving beyond efficiency gains, eGovernment is advancing towards increased public sector productivity and progress in digital visibility. Embracing innovation is the key in promoting the efficient use of Cloud, social media and mobility solutions for relevant Government service delivery.
Data is now key to driving this change, and making best use of Government data is critical to ensure better efficiencies and improved Government service delivery. eGovernment @ CeBIT 2013 will bring together leaders from all levels of Government to discuss future service delivery and how technology is shaping this change.