InnoTech Returns to San Antonio and Techstars Cloud Hosts its Demo Day

InnoTech, the largest annual technology conference in San Antonio, returns to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center on Thursday.

The day-long conference begins with an 8 a.m. keynote address by Leah Lewis, managing director of Cisco Consulting Services, Americas Public Sector and former Chief Information Officer for Colorado. She will talk about the “Internet of Everything.”

The InnoTech Beta Summit, hosted by Silicon Hills News, will take place at 10:30 a.m. in room 202A. The event features five San Antonio-based startups including LightPhile, Leto Solutions, InfoCyte, PhishBarrel and SecPod. Last year, Codeup won the Beta Summit and the 2013 winner was Soloshot. This year, the audience will get to pick the winner using the VoxVote app.

This year’s conference also features a Women in Tech Summit and a Cybersecurity track.

In addition to InnoTech, the Techstars Cloud hosts its Demo Day at the Aztec Theater in San Antonio on Thursday afternoon.

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