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PHOTO GALLERY: More than 18,000 attend ServiceNow Knowledge18

11 May 2018

ServiceNow Knowledge18 took place this week in Las Vegas over four days amidst much fanfare with more than 18,000 people in attendance. 

The event is reportedly the 'world's largest gathering of professionals sharing their digital transformation journeys' and we've been onsite throughout the week to catch all the latest insights. 

ServiceNow asserts that 85 percent of the sessions have been customer-led with a number of keynote sesssions (including a touching hour long brain picking of company founder Fred Luddy) and more than 300 breakout sessions and 120 hands-on labs.

Here's some photos from the event to get an idea for yourself.

Electric car infrastructure needs to be a high priority
“Australians should be able to drive all over this massive nation with complete confidence in a zero-emission vehicle.”
Red Hat expands integration product capabilities
Adds end-to-end API lifecycle support and new capabilities for agile integration across hybrid architectures.
BMC adds IBM Cloud, Watson to Helix solution
BMC Helix with IBM Watson delivers cognitive insights across structured and unstructured federated knowledgebases.
Used device market held back by lack of data security regulations
Mobile device users are sceptical about trading in their old device because they are concerned that data on those devices may be accessed or compromised after they hand it over.
Gartner: Smartphone biometrics coming to the workplace
Gartner predicts increased adoption of mobile-centric biometric authentication and SaaS-delivered IAM.
IDC: A/NZ second highest APAC IoT spenders per capita
New IDC forecast expects the Internet of Things spending in Asia/Pacific excluding Japan to reach US$381.8 Billion by 2022.
Gartner names ExtraHop leader in network performance monitoring
ExtraHop provides enterprise cyber analytics that deliver security and performance from the inside out.
Palo Alto releases new, feature-rich firewall
Palo Alto is calling it the ‘fastest-ever next-generation firewall’ with integrated cloud-based DNS Security service to stop attacks.