A free pass to CeBIT

Sure, there's the CES in Vegas, but CeBIT is the world's show for technology.
A grand total of 6,262 exhibitors (1995: 6 246) from 71 countries will occupy 310,412 sq. m. of display space. Attendees will be able to tune into the key current trends and lay the foundations for future corporate success. This year the focus is on systems, software, hardware, network computing, Internet applications, multimedia, telecommunications and - last but not least - home computing.

This year there will be lots of mobile computing and the expected unveiling of Microsoft's Origami device.

Forget to buy a ticket? No worries. John Dvorak posted the insider's link to the show.

via: Dvorak Uncensored

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About Phil Yanov

Phil Yanov is a Technologist, Columnist and Public Radio Commentator.

He is the founder of Tech After Five as well as the founder and President of the GSA Technology Council and the IT Leadership Council.

His personal technology column appears in Greenville Business Magazine and the Columbia Business Journal.

He co-hosts the Your Day technology shows heard on NPR radio stations across South Carolina and is a frequent contributor to technology stories appearing on radio and television.