IT Brief is confirming that National Party leader John Key will share the stage with Communications Minister David Cunliffe:
The pair will each speak for 15 minutes during the keynote morning session about what is being done to get New Zealanders connected to each other and the rest of the world.
It is a further indication that technology is firmly on the election agenda and it will be Key’s first opportunity to duke it out with Cunliffe on this increasingly important policy area for both political parties.
As posted here before, this year's Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand headline keynote is Amit Mital, General Manager Live Mesh and Developer Platform.
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