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SEARCC 2010 - World Computer Congress, Australia, September 2010

 Why 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 Material Organisation (DMO)
  •      Tan Sri Richard Malanjum, Chief Judge, High Court of Sabah and Sarawak, Malaysia
The challenge - more themes, more speakers
With 8 streams full of great line up of speakers you're guaranteed to be challenged when selecting which session to attend. 
Key areas covered
  •      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
Your Investment
SEARCC registration fees
Earlybird (on or before 31 July 2010)
Standard (on or after 1 August 2010)
SEARCC member* 
SEARCC non-member
SEARCC student
Your SEARCC registration also includes SEARCC/WCC gala dinner on the 22nd September evening!
*The SEARCC member rate will apply to members of the ACS and SEARCC member societies.
Plenty to take away from just one day! OR attend the FULL WCC program for loads more!
WCC2010 is an international event encompassing all things ICT – innovation, leading practice, new capabilities and trends. Attendees can look forward to four days of exposure to innovative thinking, problem-solving and business opportunities.
Although WCC2010 is a Computer Congress, it is not just about Technology. It is also about People, Business & Processes.  The Congress is expected to attract more than 1,500 attendees from the community, business, industry, research sector, education, government and professional associations to examine the present state, the future and stewardship of information technology across the globe. For more information on WCC go to: www.wcc2010.com
Join us in September in Brisbane, Australia
A discounted earlybird fee applies for all delegates registering prior to July 31.  Take this opportunity to share your views with world renown speakers from around the globe, keynote speakers and delegates by registering NOW! www.wcc2010.com/content/registration