CeBIT Sydney 2009: Photos
Beijing gaming and security company, Kingsoft, takes the message down under.
Big screen TVs and coffee machines are a staple of booths. And you can get to the back of the queue.
Get down and back my Mac up.
Aargh! Symantec's Steve Martin found the Conficker virus on his laptop. But don't panic.
Accelero. Speed hasn't lost its home in CRM marketing.
Punters checking out the booths.
Friendly reps from the UK Government removed their spectacles for the pic.
Would you believe my tie has an RFID chip in it?
Netcat MD Bruce Wren spruiks his web CMS wares.
Perhaps heavy iron is more to your liking.
WYSIWYGers reach out to the tech world.
I'm feeling a fever coming on.
SMS Global made a big splash with girls and neon lights.
Oh, robot, you think you can dance?
The grand entrance.
One of the better job titles. If you had it, you'd put it on a shirt too.
A very happy CeBIT camper in the start-up quarter.
CRM software and platinum blondes. What is Accelero saying?
Google wasn't approached by regulators for monopolising this event.
Salesforce.com keeps the AAS: as-a-service.
The man behind your network. Australian Network Operators Group (AusNOG).
It's business time.
Free SMS, free smiles.