The 2019 Infofest Program Board has established the ex-catedra agenda of this year’s Festival. Presentations, invitations and discussions are held at the Avala Resort & Villas Hotel and Congress Hall. The Infofest exhibition is set up in free hotel spaces. The organizer announces that this is an announced agenda with minor changes.
The 2019 Infofest organizer has registered an application from SAP to participate in this year’s Budva Festival. Thus, with Oracle, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Symantec, … another world technology leader will be “on the list” of Infofest’s official participants.
A novelty in the concept of a traditional conference of regulators in the field of electronic communications is the opportunity for selected technology companies to present themselves in the program of this special Infofest session. On this basis, Ibis Instruments will make a presentation on “Spectrum management and QoS in 5G and Gigabit society”.
Microsoft’s Cloud Solution architect, Bojan Prerad, will have a presentation on Infofest’s presentation on “Artificial intelligence: where we are, where we are going”. A Microsoft presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, October 2nd.
The Regional School of Public Administration (RESPA) is holding a special Infofest session – a panel called “How is Open Government Helping Reforms in the Country”. It is one of two panels in the domain under review, organized by ReSPA at Infofest 2019, with the participation of senior representatives of the Western Balkans state authorities …
Another worldwide technology leader, the multinational Oracle, is coming to this year’s IT Achievement Festival. Oracle will naturally have exclusive attendee status as well as its exhibit at the Infofest exhibit.
Infofest has always strived to be avant-garde in affirming new ideas, technology platforms, conceptions … Not to go back in time – it is the first time in this region that broadband structures have been talked about, Cloud Computing, the Internet things, “about artificial intelligence … Now, in a new concept called “dataism”, one sees …