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IN PICTURES: CeBIT 2014 (Part 2)

A collection of images from CeBIT 2014, held at Sydney's Olympic Park

  • Federal Attorney General George Brandis and NSW Premier Mike Baird open CeBIT2014 following their keynotes.

  • Director and chief economist of the US Cyber Consequences Unit, Scott Borg, discussing privacy.

  • Australian Federal Police (AFP) assistant commissioner, Tim Morris, discusses cybercrime

  • A visualisation of a panel discussion concerning cybersecurity

  • CeBIT 2014 was held at Sydney Olympic Stadium this year, while the new convention centre is being built in Darling Harbour.

  • Managing director and founder of China Market Research, Shaun Rein, discussing Australian business opportunities in the Chinese market.

  • NewsCorp's CIO/CTO Tom Quinn, discusses the changing media business in the age of Cloud.

  • National Australia Bank’s GM of enterprise delivery, Thor Essman, discusses transferring legacy systems to the Cloud.

  • Alex Nemeth Di Bikal from AWS discusses innovation in the Cloud.

  • The Cloud Conference's Cloud Innovation panel, featuring (L-R) Damian Cronan, CTO at Streamco, Andrew Wiles, CIO Vodafone, Matt Chamley, head of infrastructure at Woolworth’s and Alex Nemeth Di Bikal from AWS.

  • A visualisation of the Cloud Conference's Cloud Innovation panel discussion

  • A visualisation of the Cloud Conference's Cloud Innovation panel discussion

  • CeBIT 2014's showfloor - it never really looked busy

  • Ciaran Forde head of digital architecture and development, ABC

  • CSIRO's director of business development - information services, Geof Heydon, discussing using datasets in unconventional ways to produce solutions.

  • Anthony Coops, partner in charge of business intelligence and analytics, KPMG hosted the DataCon panel.

  • Gil Winters from KPMG.

  • NICTA's Dr Rami Mukhtar believes that Big Data is not being used correctly due to human error.

  • Actian's John Santaferraro, believes that data will be the key commodity in the 21st century.

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