The 2017 edition of CeBIT, the world's leading platform for digitalization and information technology, is fast approaching since it will take place from March 20th to 24th.
Deutsche Messe AG, producer and organizer of the event, has recently announced the official Partner Country at CeBIT 2017: Japan. The agreement pairs the world's leading event for the digitalization of business, government and society with an absolute global frontrunner in R&D and all things high-tech and digital.
"Japan's Partner Country involvement will spark considerable innovation across every sector of our economies," said Oliver Frese, member of Deutsche Messe's Managing Board responsible for CeBIT, going on to highlight the key role played by the IT industry as a source of fresh ideas and bold advancement in today's age of sweeping digital transformation, for the benefit of users in every conceivable sector.
CeBIT 2017 will present everything businesses need in order to make the transition from paper-based to digital office processes. The technologies on show range from software for managing vacation requests and billing to systems for securely archiving emails and storing mission-critical documents.
The main topics of this year’s edition will be: Solutions for a Paperless Office, Cybersecurity in Industry 4.0 settings, Efficient communication products, the IoT Revolution and other topics connected to the digital world in industrial settings.
For several decades, digital technologies have been playing a key role in boosting the efficiency of process engineering and production processes. But digital transformation is capable of even more: It can revolutionize supply chains, disrupt conventional business models and create entirely new business models. Digitalization is changing the rules of the game. The digital economy – the d!conomy – carries the promise of unlimited opportunities. At CeBIT you’ll find the latest solutions for tomorrow’s economy.
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