Salesforce announced last week that it is establish its upcoming seminar in Australia an all-virtual event, due to concerns over the coronavirus. The annual in-person event reportedly attracts tens of thousands of technology leaders from across the Asia-Pacific region. Salesforce said it was taking these steps to ensure it is “taking every precaution to look after our clients, spouses, and employees.” Salesforce’s Sydney discussion joins many other tech conferences that have been canceled due to coronavirus concerns. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
Salesforce is inducing its upcoming seminar in Australia an all-virtual event to be streamed online, due to concerns over the coronavirus disease, COVID-1 9. The company announced the change last week, saying it was monitoring the situation closely and taking every precaution.
The now-virtual conference, called World Tour Sydney Reimagined, is set for March 4. The annual in-person event reportedly attracts tens of thousands of technology leaders from across the Asia-Pacific region. See the rest of the tale at Business Insider
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