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Digital Productivity Conference

Digital Productivity Conference

#Digiconau brings together experts and practitioners from across industry, government and the community to demonstrate how service delivery is being transformed by high-speed broadband.

The conference, exhibition and demonstrations feature cutting edge technologies being trialled across Australia via the National Broadband Network. Take part in a virtual tour of the National Museum of Australia via a robot guide, discover how organisations are making telework a productivity booster, and see how innovative telehealth services are helping older Australians stay in their homes longer. This is also a great opportunity to learn more about the benefits of high-speed broadband for business and households.

Although attendance in person is limited you can register your interest in coming by sending us an email with your name, organisation and contact details. There is no registration fee to attend #digiconau. The conference will also be webcast for those who are unable to attend.

The two-day conference will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on 12 and 13 June 2013. Our keynote speakers are Senator The Hon. Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy; Louis Zacharilla, Intelligent Community movement; Dr Ric Simes, Deloitte Access Economics; and Catriona Larritt, Australia Post. The closing plenary will be from Drew Clarke, Secretary, Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy.

Building on the National Digital Economy Strategy the conference features sessions on regional Australia; health and ageing, telework, digital literacy, cloud computing; e-government; online business; and education and training.

Our speakers and exhibitors will provide practical examples of how high-speed broadband is helping innovate, build new business models, improve productivity, and change Australian lives for the better.

Bookmark #digiconau in your diary.

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