If your email inbox has not been bombarded with webinar and virtual workshop offers, congratulations on avoiding the onslaught. If you have after all fallen victim to pesky last-minute limited offer requests like many of us and are looking for something more wholesome, you are in the right place. We have pulled a list of some IT and technology conferences that will be happening in June.
Fret not, the events listed below are all fully virtual, which means you will not have to dress the other half of your body to attend. Hold on you will ask, if these conferences are free then will they be worth my time? To which we will answer that not all of them are free, but the free ones will definitely be worth staying for.
We sincerely hope the list will be relevant to digital aficionados and tech wonks, regardless of their business title, status, or technology domain. Below is a brief list with something for everybody to draw inspiration and knowledge from. You will need those calendar tabs open to start.
Venue: The all too often seen computer screen
Date: June 2-5, 2020
Admission: Free to Attend
Brief: SSO is the Shared Services and Outsourcing Network’s European event that will span the entire week. The broadcast will be dedicated towards unlocking customer value through data and re-building with mitigated risks. The event will dwell on how to leverage Intelligent Automation, Global Business Services, service delivery strategies, centres of expertise and predictive analytics. If you have never heard of Shared Services (SS), Managed Service (MS) or Global Business Services (GBS) this will be a great way to tap into the potential of these markets to grow your own business.
Venue: Chrome, or browser of choice
Date: June 3-4, 2020
Admission: Free tickets on limited offer
Brief: Standing in for the Digital Transformation Conference London in view of the current state of the world, the DigTran event goes virtual and global. The IT event will bring together prominent business leaders to discuss the different stages of digital transformation and how companies at different levels and from different domains can make use of technology to take their business closer to the future. Networking will also be supported via dedicated Slack channels.
Venue: Home office
Date: June 22, 2020
Admission: Full Access is free for business executives, but not service or product vendors
Brief: If you have not heard, the news around town (read world) is that Healthcare and Life sciences are on the rise. Whether it relates to automation, telehealth or use of data, TechXchange will feature keynote speaker presentations and interactive broadcasts on how you can turn modern disruptions into opportunities for your business.
Venue: Someplace cozy
Date: June 22-26, 2020
Admission: General Admission is Free
Brief: Here is something more techie. The Data Analysis and Data Science domains have never been more relevant, so it should come as no surprise that there is at least one prominent conference dedicated to them. Spart + AI Summit is the one place where scientists, engineers, analysts and entrepreneurs come together to discuss big data, analytics, and AI. Attendees can look forward to learning how to use frameworks, perform integrations and deploy AI and Deep Learning technologies at scale.
Disrupt. Innovate. Lead. by WeAreTechWomen
Venue: Couch or bed will do
Date: June 26
Admission: Free to Attend
Brief: Last in our list, but not the least bit less important is the Disrupt. Innovate. Lead virtual conference. It is the first event of its kind to be hosted by WeAreTechWomen and is dedicated to sharing thought leadership of the prominent figures from the tech industry. Attendees with the agenda to hone their tech and business skills can reap the rewards that the events virtual discussion panels and networking coffee rooms will offer. The conference will cover a wide range of topics ranging from Greentech, Fintech, Cloud and Cybersecurity to actionable entrepreneurial tips and career advice.
22 May 2020