Nordic Infrastructure Conference (NIC) was held for the first time in 2012 as a major event on both national and international scale. In february 2015, NIC is ready for its 4th Edition – Northern Europe’s definitive event for IT-pros.
A solid agenda in Microsoft technology and 3rd party products; the industry’s foremost experts from many different countries; and the opportunity to network with over 2000 colleagues make NIC the most important Nordic conference for IT professionals
According to the conference program manager Per Riis, it’s all really about the attending audience, that is, participants at the Conference.

More than just a Conference

For participants who are familiar with previous editions of the Conference, NIC 4th Edition are quite similar to previous years. This is a heavy academic conference aimed at engineers and IT professionals. IT-pros. The Conference are hands-on with real-life scenarios that both managers, IT staff and end users can see relate to in their own business, Per Riis explains. NIC is known to keep a high level of all lectures and academic sessions. The sessions themself primarily embrace Microsoft technologies and the most commonly used third-party tools around this ecosystem. The Conference addresses the ITpros from all the Nordic countries, Germany and the Benelux countries. This to what MVP Malone described as “the IT industry’s answer to the Oscar Awards ceremony”



MVP Andy Malone, Keynote Speaker NIC 2014

One of a kind

Riis is very secretive about the speakers who participate, but saying that we probably we see again the 15-20 best speakers from this year’s conference, with new content. We’ve had an ongoing dialogue with all of them and they are all willing to join us for the upcoming Conference early in 2015. That all requested presenters eager to return is also something that confirms NIC as a professional conference in world class.

Though I can reveal that three of the speakers who are returning is Sami Laiho-Windows IT pro Expert MVP, Paula Januszkiewicz-Enterprise security MVP and John Craddock-one of the industry’s leading in the field of security and infrastructure, are all coming to NIC fourth edition in 2015.

For further information about the Conference and tickets you can find this in the following articles and pages

– Alex


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