Share Cloud Dallas
Share Cloud – one-day cloud computing training conference. Whether you have already have SharePoint and other applications in the cloud - or are just in the planning stages, Share Cloud will give you the information you need to move forward. You’ll be able to attend workshops and technical presentations – taught by Microsoft Certified Trainers, Microsoft engineers, and Microsoft MVPs –...
The Internet Show Melbourne
Australia's only internet business event.
The Internet Show is a series of seminars and a showcase. It is the only event that brings together Big, Medium and Small business, all eager to find new ways of doing internet business. It is a business, not a technology, show.
Why The Internet Show?
The Internet Show is a place where innovation is showcased, solutions are found and learning is...
Internet Applications Workshop
The objective of this workshop is to bring together a community of individuals involved in the creation of the standards to support applications of internet technology. This includes the work in XML for support of specific objectives, privacy considerations, incorporation of location information into IP or HTML level data to facilitate proximity based applications, and so forth. We need to...
The Internet Show Indonesia 2012
The Internet Show Indonesia 2012 | Indonesia
December 5 to 6, 2012
On the back of Terrapinn's success on the The Internet Show global series, , we are pleased to announce that this event will be coming to Indonesia in 2012. Bringing together an unmatched congregation of enterprises from Indonesia and the wider region, this is set to be the country's foremost avenue...
Global Mobile Internet Conference
The Mobile Internet Great Wall Club ( http://www.thegreatwallclub.com ) invites China Entrepreneurs to be a part of the Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing on May 27-29.
The GMIC is designed specifically for executives, entrepreneurs, investors and innovators to understand and capitalize on the growing opportunities in the mobile internet. Much of the conference dialogue is...