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Nov 09 2017

Fujitsu Forum 2017: Watch the Show! [Updated with Live Video Feed!]


You wanted to attend this year's Fujitsu Forum, but at the last minute, something got in the way? That's certainly annoying, but everything's not lost – there's still enough time (and occasion) to catch up with the event via social media!

Each November, thousands of Fujitsu channel partners and customers get together in Munich for a large meeting where they can discuss current and future trends in ICT, learn about our latest products and solutions, review business strategies, and socialize with colleagues from all over the world. Our 2017 in-house event is no exception to the rule, and this time around, our focus is on "Digital Co-creation" as part of our bigger quest for human-centric innovation.

For those of you who couldn't get here, we're documenting the convention – or rather, its most important and entertaining parts – through a host of online resources and social media:

  • The official live stream with keynotes and breakout sessions can be found here. The program should start any minute now. And just in case that site doesn't work – we're also on Facebook, Periscope, and YouTube.
  • Our official company blog FACE2FUJITSU is here.
  • For those of you who can glean all relevant information from 140 characters, our Twitter account is here.
  • If none of that works out like planned, you can always follow us on LinkedIn...
  • Or use our Forum webpage as a central hub for information.

See you at the show!

P.S. Starting tomorrow, we will offer exclusive video footage here at TechCommunity!

P.P.S. A special highlight on Day 2 are always the keynotes of Dr Joseph Reger, CTO of FUJITSU EMEIA. This year, he'll be ginving us some insights into Quantum Computing. For those of you who don't want to click any further, the live stream is below:



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