Check the below for the most frequently asked questions about the IIRC 2022 conference including information about the virtual conference platform for virtual attendees.

If the below doesn’t answer your question, during the conference you can access live support. Prior the conference, all enquiries can be emailed to iirc@auckland.co.nz

How do I access the virtual platform?

All attendees registered as a virtual attendee will receive an email notification with their unique access details the week of the conference, giving virtual attendees the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the virtual platform well in advance. Please be sure to check your Junk inbox for this email.

In-person attendees will receive access to the virtual platform after the conference has finished in order to access the recordings.

What do I need in order to participate in the virtual conference?
  • Laptop or Desktop Computer
  • Stable Internet connection (minimum 5Mbps for both upload and download. You can check your internet speed at speedtest.net
  • Your device requires either an integrated or external camera/webcam and a microphone in order to participate in any interactive sessions or networking functions.
Do I need a Zoom account to access the virtual conference?

No, you do not need a Zoom account to participate in the virtual conference, however Zoom must not be blocked on your device or you will be unable to join any of the sessions presented through Zoom.

Do I need to download any software to participate in the virtual conference?

No, our virtual platform is browser based so as long as you have one of the supported internet browsers (Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Opera) available on your device you will be able to join the conference.

Where can I find more information about the virtual platform?

You will be provided with a detailed attendee guide with more detailed information regarding the virtual platform and how to navigate it during the virtual conference. There will be an orientation video played at the very beginning of the conference and available throughout to assist you. If you experience technical difficulties or just need a human to explain, you can access live support during the conference.

Can I connect with other attendees during the virtual conference?

Yes, the Meeting Hub is a terrific place to connect with other attendees one-on-one, allowing you to renew old friendships or make new acquaintances. In the Meeting Hub you can share contact details, send chat messages, video chat and set up meetings.

Will the conference be recorded?

All the sessions that are available for virtual attendees will be recorded and available to watch for one month after the conference has finished. Access will expire 11.59pm 16 December 2022.

How long will conference recordings be available?

Recordings will be available to watch for one month after the conference has finished. Access will expire 11.59pm 18 December 2022.