Delegates that book and pay before Sunday 1 October qualify for a 20% reduction on the standard fee, as well as one year's free subscription to ITWeb Brainstorm Magazine valued at R320.00.
Brainstorm offers content on burning business issues that is fresh, controversial, independent and valuable. It is a local publication, focused on the South African market, and produced by local people.
Our matchmaking programme creates a proactive, pre-show platform enabling conference delegates to view profiles of sponsors and select who they want to meet at the event.
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To register a group please contact Lerato Mathize on 011 807 3294 or email email@example.com. Please note that in order to qualify for group discounts all delegates must be registered at the same time.
There is a R450 (inc VAT) surcharge per day for Strict Halaal and Kosher Meals. Please indicate your dietary requirements during online registration, and this amount will automatically be added to your total invoice.
Payment is required before admission to the conference can be guaranteed.
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The CIO Council of South Africa, of which Microsoft is a founding member, was established in May 2009 as platform for CIOs to discuss common challenges, share knowledge and learn from each other.
It has been formed as an independent Council, governed by a Board of Directors, (lead by Len de Villiers Group CIO at Telkom) who amongst other things determine the themes and topics for discussion during the quarterly meetings. Microsoft, as the sole sponsor, supports the CIO Council with the logistics around the event. Over the years, the CIO Council’s quarterly meetings have gone from strength to strength, and are now attracting between 100 to 120 of South Africa’s leading CIOs.
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The IITPSA has a proudly South African heritage of more than half a century of serving the South African body of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) practitioners and professionals. Established in 1957 by a few like-minded 'computer professionals', registered in 1958 as a limited company (then converted to a Section 21 company, now Not-for-Profit Company (NPC)), the IITPSA has grown into a body that is reinventing itself in the twenty first century.
See more at: www.iitpsa.org.za.