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World Computer Congress - Brisbane 2010

20-23 September 2010 - Brisbane - Australia

Australian Computer Societyifip - International Federation for Information Processing

SEARCC

"ICT leading change through innovation"

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ICT leadership today plays a critical role in organisations to achieve the expected business outcomes in today’s competitive business environment. SEARCC 2010, the 26th conference of the South East Asia Regional Computer Confederation (SEARCC), is a one day educational forum focusing on ICT leadership for members of the ICT community.

Why should you attend SEARCC 2010?

SEARCC 2010 brings together leaders, innovators and experts in ICT industry from around the world. SEARCC 2010 is a content rich, interactive one-day conference with an exciting agenda packed with case studies, practical advice, a panel discussion, plenty of opportunity to network and more.

See who’s stepping up to the SEARCC speakers’ box!

  • John Suffolk, CIO, UK Government
  • Senator Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Australia
  • Premier David Bartlett, Premier of Tasmania, Australia
  • Ajahn Brahm, Spiritual Master
  • Mark Toomey, Chief Executive, Infonomics
  • Kumar Parakala, Global COO, KPMG Advisory
  • John Grant, Chair, IT Industry Innovation Council, Australia
  • Peter Lambert, Head of HR & Corporate Services, Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO)
  • Tan Sri Richard Malanjum, Chief Judge, High Court of Sabah and Sarawak, Malaysia

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Key areas covered include

  • Innovation and Technology
  • Innovation and Technology
  • Stress Free Technology
  • National Broadband Network (NBN)
  • What the Future Holds for CIOs
  • ICT Leadership & Governance
  • ICT Case Studies from Defence and Judicial Sector
  • Regional ICT Leaders Forum - Growing Our Next Generation of Technology Greats

Who should attend?

The SEARCC 2010 Conference is designed for:

  • CIOs and leaders in the ICT industry
  • CIOs and leaders in the ICT industry
  • ICT Managers
  • ICT Governance Specialists
  • Individuals interested in ICT Leadership & Governance

The SEARCC 2010 conference will also provide opportunities to network with colleagues and form new friendships with delegates from all around the world.

Registration

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Your SEARCC registration also includes SEARCC/WCC gala dinner on the 22nd September evening!

Your investment

  • SEARCC day member* A$395
  • SEARCC day non-member A$495
  • SEARCC day student* A$395

*Students must be able to verify that they are a fulltime student by forwarding a signed letter from their head of department to the congress managers on request.

SEARCC registration includes:

  • Attendance at congress sessions on Wednesday
  • Industry exhibition admission on Wednesday
  • Morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch on Wednesday
  • SEARCC / WCC Dinner on Wednesday evening
  • Satchel

SEARCC registrations do not include copies of the conference proceedings volume/s for the IFIP conferences. Copies of conference proceedings volumes may be purchased subject to availability at the congress. If you would like to purchase specific volumes, please express your interest when you register via the online registration site.

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Venue

SEARCC 2010 will be held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia. Click here to see more about the congress venue or alternatively visit www.bcec.com.au to visit the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre website.

Travel and accommodation

Click here to view travel information relating to the SEARCC & WCC 2010.

Click here to view accommodation options for SEARCC & WCC2010.

General Information

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Information for overseas delegates

Travel insurance

The congress managers recommend that delegates purchase travel insurance including cover for non-refundable congress registration fees. Travel insurance must be purchased in the country of residence.

Visa

www.immi.gov.au/visitors.

Quarantine

Australia has very strict quarantine rules which are enforced at all ports and airports. Animal and plant product imports are strictly controlled and prior application must be made to bring these into the country. Numerous food products such as meat, fruit and vegetables are also restricted and must be declared when entering the country. Passengers’ luggage is inspected using sniffer dogs.

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