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On Demand IT Driving IT, Cool - Hardware 2.0
I dette webinar vil Ran Ma tage dig med på en rejse igennem hardwarehistorien og vise dig forskellen på HARDWARE 1.0 og HARDWARE 2.0.

Hvad vil det sige at være en ’hardwarian’ og hvorfor blive det nu? Hvad er trendene lige nu? Og hvordan ser fremtiden ud, når det kommer til hardware? Få svar på disse spørgsmål og mange flere i webinaret ”HARDWARE 2.0”

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Driving IT: Cool - Tagging the Digital Denmark- On demand webinar

The success of digitalising Denmark rests on the ability to exchange data across systems and organizations automatically. The key element in exchanging data is a common structure and common metadata like KLE/FORM - as I will demonstrate live


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