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Steve Wozniak to deliver keynote at IP EXPO 2011

24 August 2011

The organiser of the UK's enterprise IT event, IP EXPO, which takes place on October 19 and 20 at Earls Court 2, has announced that one of its keynote speakers will be Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple and chief scientist at Fusion-io. Mr Wozniak's talk is entitled Today's Science Fiction, Tomorrow's Science Fact, and he is joined by co-presenter Rick White, co-founder of Fusion-io. The keynote will present lessons in leadership, staying focused on goals, and how to champion innovation.

There will be over 250 seminars at this year's IP EXPO, including seminars from industry experts, major players and emerging startups. The leaders and luminaries of the ICT world will be presenting the latest technologies, case studies, research findings, and hands-on lab sessions on the hot topics of the day, with particular focus on the Gartner's top 10 business and technology priorities for CIOs this year.

Some of the key themes of this year's seminars include improving business continuity, risk management and IT security; reducing enterprise IT costs; increasing enterprise growth; enhancing networking, voice and data communications; improving technical infrastructure and IT management; bolstering data protection; improving business processes; improving business intelligence; navigating Web 2.0; and attracting and retaining new customers.

You can register for the event here, and take advantage of the visit planner, MyVisit, here. For information about the seminars, click here

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