Far Eastern Internet Forum 2010 from May 19 to 21 in Khabarovsk

    From May 19 to 21, the Far East Internet Forum will be held in Khabarovsk.

    What is DVIF?

    The Far Eastern Internet Forum (DVIF) is an event that brings together on one platform the heads of IT departments of companies and system administrators, leading providers and communication companies, representatives of educational and scientific institutions, eminent web designers and web developers, outstanding programmers and government officials authorities, business structures.

    Forum technical program

    1 day, May 19, 2010 (Wednesday)
    Opening of the forum and the Internet marathon, day of providers and network technologies.
    • 1.Opening the forum, greetings to participants
    • 2. Plenary Session - Internet Development in the Far East
    • 3. Sections “Internet access”, “Modern network technologies”, “Mobile access”, “Education and work in the field of IT”, “Information security”, etc.
    • 4. Sections "State and the Internet", "E-government"
    • 5. Section "Electronic medicine and telemedicine"
    • 6. Round table with providers

Day 2, May 20, 2010 (Thursday)
    Day of the web developer.
    • 1. Sections “Website development”, “Website content management systems”, “Design of Internet projects”, “Software for the Internet”, “Domains”, etc.
    • 2. Sections “Social networks”, “Internet communities”, “Blogs”, etc.
    • 3. Round table with web developers
    • 4. Awarding ceremony “Miss Internet of the Far East - 2010”

    3 day, May 21, 2010 (Friday)
    Day of online advertising and PR.
    • 1. Sections "E-commerce", "Internet advertising", "SEO", "Contextual advertising", etc.
    • 2. Sections “Regional information projects”, “Media on the Internet”, etc.
    • 3. The ceremony of awarding the Far Eastern Internet Prize "Sterkh - 2010"

    Business man, we will be glad to see you at the conference (as a participant or speaker).
    Participation in the forum is free.

    Registration on the forum

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