ITI Africa Summit to address leveraging mobility, content and communications
MOBILE| June 28, 2012, 10:16 a.m.
The anticipated 2nd annual IT Infrastructure Africa Summit is set to take place from 12 to 13 July 2012 at the prestigious Westin Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa.
The summit is proudly produced by international business-to-business conferencing company, Kinetic Events, key strategic information providers to the IT and telecoms sector. The summit aims to focus on critical IT infrastructure and organisational challenges currently facing the African IT industry, preventing enterprises within the continent from reaching the international standards of first world nations.
The summit will host internationally renowned guest speakers in topical discussions aiming to highlight IT industry challenges in interactive, expert-led sessions. Modern technological advancements are enabling radical new approaches as to how communications are being leveraged into enterprise processes.
Mobility offers the elusive anywhere, anytime interaction with applications accessible using handheld devices with content that allows the business, consumer and analytics to drive specificity into the applications. Unified communications enables flexible media platforms and business process integration.
Attendees will discover how to deliver IT projects and services that enable business growth and innovation while successfully leveraging existing resources and investments, advancing their goal of operational excellence and powerfully demonstrate the value of IT organisation to the business at large.
For more information, visit www.itinfrastructure.co.za
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