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Attend RSA 2018 conference in San Francisco: Make the most of your stay with Millwood Inn &Suites

Conference in San Francisco

Experience RSA Conference 2018 In San Francisco
Ready to learn about new approaches to information security, discover the latest cybersecurity technology, and interact with industry leaders and pioneers? RSA Conference 2018 is the spot – it takes place April 16-20 in San Francisco.

What Is RSA 2018?
RSA’s agenda includes hands-on sessions, keynotes, and informal gatherings which will help you tap into an inspiring, forward-thinking global security community. Hear the opening keynote moderated by Dell’s Zulfikar Ramzan, visit hundreds of vendors in the exhibit space, and hear the latest on everything from hackers to machine learning.

Where Is It And How To Save On Registration Costs
The venue for the event is the Moscone Center – it’s the city’s premier meeting and exhibition facility and is located on the southern edge of the Financial District downtown (Moscone is also the site of the Game Developers Conference). Registration for RSA is open now – register by April 13 to save up to $300 off the full conference price. Single-day registration is available.

Where To Stay
Stay in the heart of the Silicon Valley at the Millwood Inn & Suites. This affordable business-friendly hotel offers a free airport shuttle – SFO’s Terminal 1 is just 13 minutes away. Sink into huge beds, unwind in the luxury bath, and catch a late-night movie on the wide-screen television. Start the day with a complimentary hot breakfast buffet, stay connected with free wi-fi, and recharge in the fitness center. Hungry? There are more than a dozen restaurants – plus a hookah bar – within walking distance.

Need directions from the hotel?
Getting to the Moscone Center is a snap. We recommend hopping on the BART at Millbrae Station, which is a five-minute bus trip, and you’ll be downtown in a half-hour. You can also take CalTrain or a SamTrans bus.


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