Herewith an overview of education session I gave and an overview of the conferences & events where I was a speaker.
Academic Publications

Bogaert, B. (1989). Use of Graphic Variant Techniques in Computer Aided Design and Industry, master thesis at KIHO, Gent, Belgium.

Bogaert, B. (1998). Management Information Systems, University of Gent, Gent, Belgium.

Bogaert, B. (2009). Process Designs Applied in Production of Media Content, University of Gent, Gent, Belgium.

Bogaert, B. (2011). Cloud Content Contention, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands.


Vacature Magazine (1998). Het mobiele werken, Vacature, Brussels, Belgium.

Bogaert, B. (IBM), and Van de Velde L. (Microsoft) (02/2008). Heeft een bedrijf een formele corporate blogging policy nodig?, Business ICT, Feb 2008, page 12, Brussels, Belgium.

Bogaert, B. (2008). Media Industry rules changed by the impact of the IT technology, online publication at IBM, Brussels, Belgium.

Bogaert, B. (2008). The two-dot-zeroing world, online publication at IBM, Brussels, Belgium.

Hermanides, E. (2011).Bedrijf zit straks in de wolken, Het Financieele Dagblad, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Heuts, L. (2011). Mediabedrijven: cloud computing omarmen of verdwijnen, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands.

Dijkstra, K. (2011). De cloud: een hype of revolutie?,, Groningen, The Netherlands.

Bogaert, B. (2011). A Cloud with a Silver Lining?, tech-i - Insight from EBU Technical, Sept 2011, page 8, Geneva, Switzerland.

Teunissen, F. (2011). The Cloud is taking over, Until (Alumnimagazine van Tilburg University), 03-11, page 10-11, Tilburg, The Netherlands.

Bogaert, B. (2012). Hybrid cloud hosts intelligent media platform for Flemish media sector, IBM, Belgium.

Bogaert, B. (2014). Helping the community of Xia'men in Fujian (China), the IBMer, 01-14, page 24, Brussels, Belgium.

Bogaert, B. (2015). Skedify accesses the right cloud infrastructure services to strengthen its business, IBM Inspire Magazine, Q4-15, Brussels, Belgium.


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