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CIO Colloquium 10 & 11 March 2011

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Bookings and For Further Information

Registration Fees:

  • Academics, Researchers and Students are Free
  • Fully Paid Members of the CIO Forum pay R500 for the 2 Days, R250 per Day
  • Public Charge R2,500 for the 2 Days, R1,500 for 1 Day
  • Discounts for Affiliates (50%) R1,250 for 2 Days, R750 for 1 Day

Affiliate Discounts are R1,250 for the full 2 Days or R750 for 1 Day. Affiliates are members of computing organizations or local IT communities such as IEEE, CSSA, BITF, CITI or SiliconCape.

Contact Person: Bridgetti Lim Banda
Mobile: 082 530 5611


A Commercial Enterprise from a University Research Project
OpenText is the corporate sponsor of this CIO Colloquium. OpenText is the largest software centric company in Canada. It produces and distributes computer software applications designed to enable enterprise content management solutions for large corporate and government systems. The company, which was incorporated in 1991, originated from a project at the University of Waterloo to create an electronic Oxford English Dictionary, an undertaking that required developing search technologies that could be used to quickly index and retrieve information.


The research community and forum is open to Chief Information Officers (CIOs), Academics, Professionals, Industry, Corporates, Government, Graduates, Students and other stakeholders.
CenCRA and the CIO Forum provides CIOs with insight into the academic program, research and initiatives being undertaken by participating universities. It also enables academics to share, learn and engage with key decision makers in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector.
Our desire is to connect people and breakdown barriers. We build relationships with those who are active on the ground and passionate about making a difference. The online forum and events are managed through social networks. Social networks avoid bureaucracies, remove impediments and build bridges that connect individuals directly.
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