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Nordic Infrastructure Conference gives real-world insights on using complicated technologies

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(OSLO, Norway) – The world’s foremost independent technology conference is back! The Nordic Infrastructure Conference (NIC) is Feb. 6-7 and welcomes its usual array of high profile, international speakers such as Microsoft Executive Vice President Jason Zander.

“NIC is a conference that’s well known in the tech industry for its practical approach to deep dives into complex technologies,“ said Crayon co-founder Rune Syversen. “Its greatest appeal is that it’s less about the slides and more about the demos.“

This year’s conference, called NIC 20/20 Vision, aims to give more clarity around complicated technologies. The sessions include all major vendors with topics ranging from security, building quality infrastructure and how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are integrated into cloud services.

Keynote speaker Jason Zander brings to NIC his insights from leading the core teams building Microsoft’s intelligent cloud and intelligent edge – from silicon to the cloud to the edge.

NIC features more than 50 speakersfrom more than 10 different countries, ensuring that participants have direct access to world-class expertise. Other noted guests includecybersecurity expert and author Chris Jackson, AWS technical evangelist Steve Roberts, security expert and presenter Paula Januszkiewicz, Microsoft MVP John Craddock, and Ed-Tech founder Ulrika Hedlund

What: NIC 20/20 VISION 

When: 6 - 7 February 2020 8:30 to 18:30 

Where: Oslo Spektrum, Sonja Henies plass 2, 0185 Oslo 

 

For more information and tickets visit: www.nicconf.com 

 

Members of the media can register for special access and speaker interviews by contacting: 

 

Melanie Coffee 

PR and Media Relations Director 

Melanie.coffee@crayon.com 

+47 46 74 8648 

 

 

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Crayon Group Holding ASA is a leading IT advisory firm in digital transformation servicesWith unique IP, tools and skilled employees, Crayon helps optimize its clients' ROI from complex software technology investments. Crayon has deep experience within volume software licensing optimization, digital engineeringpredictive analytics and assists clients every step of their digital transformationHeadquartered in Oslo, Norwaythe company has more than 1,400 employees in 45 offices worldwide.