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CMS Technology - Hot topic at the Melbourne Internet Show

Date Posted: Wednesday, 08 June 2011 08:48
Posted By: Implementation Staff

Last week Elcom exhibited at CeBit 2011 – Australia, one of the world’s largest global IT trade shows. Held at the ‘Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre’, the exhibition showcased information and communications technology used to help drive business strategy. With over 30,000 business delegates from Australia and overseas the event was bigger than ever. The exhibition spanned across 3 huge halls with a wide range of exhibitors showing off the very latest in technology, with a big focus on cloud computing and e-Health.

As expected Web Content Management was a major topic of interest; and as one of the main technology providers, Elcom was happily inundated with questions and queries. Hot topics circled around the areas of CMS, intranet solution provision, document management and the big one, Mobile technology.

Elcom would like to thank the Australian Technology Park for partnering with us on the stand and we look forward to next year.

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