Thanks to Fujitsu Australia's involvement in CEBIT many people have a new and wider perspective of Fujitsu's products and services. Located prominently, right beside the entrance to hall three. Fujitsu had a high visibility booth modeled around the Fujitsu infinity logo. A great example of "One Fujitsu" the exhibition showcased products and services from across the Fujitsu group, this included:
- Fujitsu servers
- Desk-based computing
- Mobile computing
- Tablet and slate computing
- Business and Application Services
- Enterprise Mobility
- Cloud and Hosting solutions
The CEBIT social team and partners actively re-tweeted Fujitsu's involvement which spread the message further. Throughout the three days Fujitsu partners including SAP and I Know IT helped spread awareness by live tweeting information from the event. Additionally Fujitsu and partners educated a wide audience with more than 30 presentations.
Presentations where well attended and included the following topics:
- Why Cloud, Why Now?
- Scanning and Archiving
- A DIY Cloud in Kit Form?
- Mobility - More than Mobile Apps
- Fujitsu and the DC PODFactory
With more than 30,000 attendees there where many enthusiastic and interested visitors. One visitor that would be familiar to many was Senator Stephen Conroy, pictured below with the Fujitsu Group's Executive Director of Sales Mike Inge.