World Bulletin / News Desk
"ICT Summit Eurasia 2012 - Next Step" took start on Tuesday in Istanbul.
This year's summit named as "Next Step" is hosting thousands of professionals from 30 countries. Besides Turkey there are countries are from Middle East, Turkic Republics, Caucasus and Balkan countries.
In the scope of developing the informatics sector and provide added-value, attendees to the summit discuss focus points.
"Next Step" will focus on the technology's role on our every day lives and its elements will be discussed.
Future of the informatics technology and the reflections of it to today will be covered at the summit.
In the scope of the summit, Anadolu Agency holds a booth to explain its vision to be one of the 5 best news agency of the world at its centennial year.
Summit which is taking place in Halic Congress Centre will be closing its doors on September 13, 2012.
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