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CeBIT 2016

CeBIT 2016

The 2016 CeBIT conference was held in Sydney from 2-4 May, setting the view for organisations and industry in a coming period of unprecedented change.

The 2016 CeBIT conference set the view in a period of unprecedented technological change.

The CeBIT 2016 conference was held in Sydney from 2-4 May. It provided participants with thought provoking perspectives on a range of topical issues.

KPMG partners, Chris McLaren, (former National Sector Leader, Technology, Media and Telecommunications); Ian Pollari, Head of Banking, KPMG Australia and Global Co-Lead of Fintech; Jon Stone, Partner, KPMG Solution 49x; chaired panel sessions and KPMG Forensic Director Stan Gallo gave a keynote address.

Across topics as diverse as big data and analytics, the Internet of Things and cyber security, the conference provided a range of perspectives for business spanning all industries.

One thing is clear: the rapid rate of technological change isn't about to stop any time soon.

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