IT Conferences you shouldn’t Miss this April

IT Conferences you shouldn’t Miss this April

As people hit the beaches of California and Florida for Spring Break, businesses in the IT industry should as well take some time off from acquiring high quality IT sales leads. The white sands and the cool Atlantic waters of Siesta Beach at this time of year are perfect for clearing stress, or so we were told.

But we can say that there is a fair amount of IT suppliers who rather spend the period knowing about new developments in the way tech products evolve and are marketed.

Not that they are boring nerds. They are just convinced that there exists a time to enjoy and to be serious. After all, springtime consists of three glorious sunny months which can be spent with stopovers to important IT conferences.

For April, well, there’s a whole array of IT events lined up through the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers:


Very-Large-Scale-Integration Test Symposium 2015 April 27-29, Silverado Resort and Spa, Napa, California

What’s in store for the micro technology niche? This symposium aims to address “emerging trends and novel concepts in testing, debug and repair of microelectronic circuits and systems,” with topics ranging from test standards, hardware security and high-level system testing.

Find out more here.

INFOCOM 2015 April 26-May 1, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Are you by any chance in Asia? Then head on down to Hong Kong for this large gathering of IT and computer technology entrepreneurs, students and innovators. On top of several workshops, exhibitions and forums, the event also features research presentations covering “79 technical sessions with 316 research papers presented in 8 parallel tracks.”

Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security 2015 April 14-16, Westin Hotel, Waltham, Massachusetts

Business leaders, government representatives and the academic community are going to discuss national security issues and the technical challenges surrounding them in this three day meet-up. To be featured are technical papers on disaster recovery and data backup as well as cyber security, so you are good than secured to book for a reservation.

Find out more here.

Have an IT event in mind worth attending? Share it in the comments below.

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About Rebecca Larson
Rebecca Larson is an Event Marketing Specialist. Specialized in events promotion and marketing for different industries including IT, Software, Healthcare etc. She is a passionate blogger and a marketing enthusiast.
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