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InnoTech Oklahoma 2015 Internet of Everything


Internet of ThingsWhen Innotech first came to Oklahoma in 2005, the Internet was just becoming useful. Google still used PageRank. Apple iPhone was two years away from being invented. Fast forward to today and the Internet is almost seen as a right. However, no other technology conference has had the longevity to serve Oklahoma and provide an in-person venue to interact with leading technologists.

The Internet of Everything is the opening keynote of the 10th annual InnoTech Oklahoma. Leah Lewis will kickoff the region’s largest business and technology conference.

Last year InnoTech hosted over 2,000 of the area’s top business and technology professionals for a full day of education, hands-on exhibits, special events, and peer networking.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about innovative technology to help your business and get advice directly from the experts.

Registration

Innotech Oklahoma is regularly $30 per person. However, as a eight time presenter and exhibitor, you can register for FREE using code MATRIX4C.

To register, visit the official InnoTech Oklahoma registration page.

When and Where

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

Cox Convention Center
1 Myriad Gardens
Oklahoma City , OK 73102
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Hands-on Exhibits

In Booth #409, specialists will be providing cloud demonstrations, cost evaluation, and security comparisons for Office 365, Azure, and Intune. We will also have representatives from the Microsoft Store showcasing the latest devices.

There are over 100 vendors exhibiting including major manufacturers like Microsoft, Quorum, and Fortinet. Interworks software development is the presenting sponsor.

Featured Sessions

2:15 PM  Competitive Advantage Secrets of Cloud Computing presented by Matrixforce CEO, Kevin Fream in InnoTech Presentation Room 2.

There are also 40 other sessions and registration includes access to the Route 66 Information Security tracks of Mobility, Cyber Security, Infrastructure, Business Analytics, IT Leadership, and Internet of Things.

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