Relative sophisticates and the completely unsophisticated will be given an opportunity to understand the new converged technology (combining computers and communications) and learn how to adopt it to their advantage at the CommIT 1994 exhibition at Birmingham's NEC in September. The exhibition, sponsored by Management Today, will feature a high-level conference, seminars and workshops for senior management on business applications of the technology that combines voice and data with graphics and image. An advisory board including Apple, BT, GPT, IBM, Mercury, Motorola, National Power and Racal is to provide industry and customer advice to the organisers. Forward thinkers will apply early to Philip Mead at Paragon Exhibitions. (0283) 75564.
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