The annual ICT-open congress, held in Amersfoort on March 21 and 22, had a strong show of the subject of Quantum Computing. Barbara Terhal (RWTH Aachen University) gave a plenary lecture, which was largely devoted to quantum error correction. This was followed by a special Quantum Computing session, chaired by Kareljan Schoutens (QuSoft/UvA). In this session Christian Schaffner (QuSoft/UvA) discussed quantum safe cryptography, stressing that this entails both `classical’ cryptographic schemes immune to quantum attacks and quantum cryptography. Stacey Jeffery, who recently joined QuSoft on a WISE/CWI position, presented an overview of quantum algorithms, explaining in which areas quantum speed-up can (or cannot) be expected. Final speaker was Stephanie Wehner (QuTech/TU Delft) who explained quantum networks, comparing networks that are currently available (such as the Beijing-Shanghai quantum connection) with plans for a small-scale quantum internet within the Netherlands.