Join us at “HI!-tech Horizons: Exploring the Future of IT,” on November 9, 2023, at the HI! site in Grimbergen.
Get inspired and explore the latest technology and the future of digital applications in the field. Together we’ll dive deeper into the innovations and trends that are shaping the future of IT.
Don’t miss your chance to be part of this event, mark your calendars, and join us for a glimpse into the future.
- 13h30 Welcome & drinks
- 14h00 Introduction
Followed by 4 topics, presented by top-notch experts:
- Navigating Business Challenges with Cyber Awareness and NIS2
- Generative AI in Service Management – Mark Elbertsen, Enterprise Solutions Advocate Service Management at Atlassian
- Build your Full-proof Data Center in the Cloud
- Quantum-safe Encryption – Eric Michiels, Executive Architect and IBM Quantum Technical Ambassador at IBM
- 16h45 Parallel sessions by our passionate people:
- Maximize Field Technician Performance by Digital Training and Guidance
- Cloud-based Solutions – Unlocking the Power of ‘XaaS’
- The Data Fabric Powering your Company
- 17h15 Inspirational speaker
- 18h00 Cocktails, bites & networking
Are you ready to connect your talents with others and the best technology? Register now for HI!-tech Horizons.
In a more connected world than ever before, the pace of change is overwhelming. Learn how to grow as an organization by combining creativity, insight, speed and agility with digital skills. Immerse yourself in new technology, brought to you by our 4 inspirational speakers, and talk to our partners about the latest developments in the market during the network breaks.
HI! site – Antwerpselaan 1, 1853 Grimbergen
HI! site is located in the old offices of the Douwe Egberts coffee factory. Anyone who drove by here a few years ago was treated to the smell of freshly roasted coffee. In late 2017, the factory closed its doors and coffee roasting came to an end.
Soon after, Global Estate Group bought the site and decided to give it a new, sustainable and functional use. Instead of demolishing the old buildings, they opted for a reconversion in which they used as many existing structures and materials as possible in a circular way. In the venue, a lot of the office material (office cabinets, archive structures etc.) was retained and recycled.