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Deploy360 21 January 2013

Announcing ION Singapore on 28 March

Megan Kruse
By Megan KruseDirector, Partner Engagement and Communications

SingaporeWe are very excited to announce our first ION Conference of the year in Singapore on 28 March!

One of the ways we try to engage with you all is through our regular ION Conferences. We bring together experts from across industries and continents to answer your deployment questions and we ask for your direct feedback on what else you need from the Deploy360 Programme to get started.

ION Singapore will be co-located with the ICT Business Summit so this event will have more of a business spin on it. Registration is open. We’ve already put together a great agenda and we’re starting to line up key speakers to bring you all the IPv6 and DNSSEC information you need. Here are some specific details.

  • Thursday, 28 March 2013
  • Co-located with ICT Business Summit
  • Agenda sessions including:
    • The Business Case for IPv6 & DNSSEC
    • Deploying DNSSEC: From End-customer to Content
    • Industry Collaboration: Working Together to Deploy IPv6
  • Speakers from around the globe

If you’ll be in Singapore in March, please join us! We’re still adding speakers, so check the pages often for updates. Webcast information is coming soon.

Also, stay tuned for more information other ION Conferences coming up in 2013!

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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