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Friday, Nov 17th

Byte size bits from CeBIT 2017

The annual CeBIT digital buisness conference From drones to AI, from cyber security to virtual reality, the cloud and the Internet of everything in between, the CeBIT 2017 event officially kicked off in Hannover.

The event is focused on what it takes to operate a digital business in today's competitive and digitalised corporate landscape.

Multinational ICT firm Huawei Technologies is among the sponsors and is using its participation to reflect its partner ecosystem, and showcase its ongoing interest in the enterprise and consumer market segments.

ITWeb Africa presents an overview of images taken from the event:

 Byte size bits from CeBIT 2017  

Byte size bits from CeBIT 2017  

Byte size bits from CeBIT 2017  

Byte size bits from CeBIT 2017  

Byte size bits from CeBIT 2017  

Byte size bits from CeBIT 2017  

Byte size bits from CeBIT 2017

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