Top technology events to attend in July and August
July is a quiet month on the whole in B2B tech conferences, but August is full of technology occasions arranged for attendance both in-person and online. The end of summer will see events focused on big data and IoT that will make for both great learning and education opportunities and first class networking.
31 July - 5 August
Black Hat USA 2021
Black Hat needs very little introduction as one of the world’s biggest and longest-running technical conventions for security professionals. Now in its 24th year, Black Hat USA presents a hybrid event experience for 2021 with four days of Virtual Training (July 31-August 3) conducted in real-time online, with all instructors accessible throughout each class.
Futurist Conference is the go-to blockchain and emerging technologies event in Canada. An in-person event based in downtown Toronto, Futurist brings people from around the globe to discuss blockchain and other emerging industries set to disrupt our future.
Data Center World
The Data Center World 2021 educational conference programme is focused on rapidly advancing data center technologies like edge computing, co-location, hyperscale, and predictive analytics. The 100% physical event takes place in Orlando, Florida.
Join 2,000 mobile application developers, mobile team managers, mobile growth & strategy professionals, and mobile executives at the global virtual conference dedicated to mobile technology innovation.
IEEE BigDataService 2021
100% virtual, IEEE BigDataService 2021 provides an internationally leading forum for researchers and practitioners in academia and industry to exchange innovative ideas and share the latest results, experiences and lessons learned in the Big Data domain.
30 August - 3 September
Dublin’s IoT Week is an annual event organized by the IoT Forum since 2011. The IoT Week conference gathers representatives of industry and academia from around the world in a hybrid format, with the possibility of attendance as a virtual delegate or a virtual sponsor/exhibitor as an alternative to physical attendance.