ASLAN consolidates as a leading fair for the IT sector

by | Apr 9, 2019


ASLAN 2019 Conference gathered last week in Madrid 7.224 professionals, 12% more than the previous year. These data indicates that it has consolidated as one of the reference events for the IT sector to learn about the latest trends in innovation and technologies aimed at accelerating the digital transformation of enterprises.

“The sector is experiencing an exceptional moment, technology is in the corporate strategy of any organization that wants to survive in the medium term”, said Markel Gruber, president of the asLAN association. In this edition, Artificial Intelligence, cybersecurity and advanced data analysis have been the trends that have gained the most prominence.

The speakers at this conference insisted on the importance of adopting and making the most of these technologies to achieve the highest possible business growth. Organizations of any type, including public administrations, must adapt to this new scenario in which “the network has colonized the world and offers a basis to begin a new stage in which information security, data analysis and the integration of services from the cloud will change the business models of companies”, commented Gruber.

The asLAN association is already planning next year’s conference. In the meantime, they will continue spreading the message they are launching on the occasion of their 30th anniversary: innovation and cybersecurity are “a guarantee of the future” for the business sector.

This message will be disseminated in three specialized forums on security, management and analytics around the world of the network that will be held in Madrid on May 29, June 19 and October 22, 2019. They will also send it out to the public attending the Technological Tour “Digital Transformation. All connected” in Barcelona, Malaga, Santiago de Compostela, Valencia and Zaragoza.

Source: La Vanguardia.



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