CMP hosts several dozen events each year, most of which deal with improvement in the computer industry. Most of the events have multiple listings as they are usually hosted at multiple sites around the globe.
CompTIA was founded in order to help companies make sound investments in technology that will in the end improve their overall business. In order to facilitate this further, CompTIA hosts a variety of events (mostly held in North America) in order to gather business professionals together and educate them about the IT industry.
IQPC provides business executives around the world with conferences, events, topical seminars and in-house training programs, keeping them up-to-date with industry trends, technological developments and the regulatory landscape.
Events on this site are listed for this year and next, including workshops or symposiums. Also U.S. based, this site tries to increase competition for its members in the electronics industry.
Tech Venue is a site devoted solely to providing links and information concerning different global technology events. It has its database of events organized into an interactive map to aid users in finding specific events and conferences. Each region has its own calender of events as well. Excellent for finding events close to home, especially in the United States.
This site boasts a large database of technology events, and has them all categorized into information technology, internet, and telecommunications events.
The Information Technology Association of America (ITAA)seeks to enhance the competitive interests of the U.S. information technology and electronics industries. This site features an extensive list of events, all located within the U.S., organized by month.
WITSA's events provide a forum for industry leaders to convene and discuss the direction of the information technology industry on a global scale.