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Avatars ahoy as #scmagazineuk goes virtually live this November 3

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SC Magazine will be virtually live this November with the launch of its Virtual Summit.

To be held on November 3rd , the SC Magazine UK virtual summit will feature live webcasts, videos and exhibitors all in a virtual world which, uniquely will offer a networking area and auditorium.

Upon entering the virtual world, visitors will be presented with an exhibition hall, able to view live videos, download white papers and speak to SC staff. Delegates will be able to choose an avatar and speak to other visitors in the networking area or move directly to the auditorium to hear live webcasts that will be broadcast throughout the day.

Subject areas to be covered on the day include: personal devices in the workplace; a look ahead to 2012 key threats; securing the cloud; and ‘the human factor'. A total of eight sessions will take place throughout the day and will include C-level speakers from Vodafone, HSBC, Electronic Arts, Skype and Canon with more to be announced.

Paul Fisher, editor of SC Magazine UK, said: “This will allow you to speak to exhibitors and members of the SC team, download content and listen to live webcasts without leaving your desk and it should prove to be a very interesting and exciting experience for all.”

Further information on content or agenda can be obtained from shreena.shah@haymarket.com. For sponsorship, speaking and exhibiting opportunities mark.gordon@haymarket.com.

Full details on the Virtual Summit, along with an opportunity to visit the world now and pre-register for webcasts, can be found at www.scvirtualsummit.com

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