Dell World 2015 Leads Software Events for October
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
There is no better place to enjoy the crisp fall weather than Austin, Texas in October. So it makes sense that Dell is capitalizing on the great weather plus the funky Austin vibe as it hosts Dell World 2015.
Paying homage to Austin’s music heritage, the event will kick off on October 20 with an opening reception and concert with food, beverages and live music from John Mayer. The three day conference will feature over 100 individual breakout speakers who will cover a wide variety of the top tech issues of today. The event will feature a main track, software user forum and enterprise user forum.
The Main Track is for VPs of IT and IT Directors, as well as other technology and business professionals as it focuses on the future of the enterprise. Included will be breakout sessions featuring case study solutions, interactive, hands-on training and panel discussions with business and IT stakeholders.
Enterprise User Forum
The Enterprise User Forum will allow attendees to immerse themselves in converged platforms, take a deep dive into hybrid cloud solutions, participate in virtualized data center hands-on labs and more.
Software User Forum
The Software User Forum provides direct access to engineers and experts for Dell software products to learn the latest in advanced analytics, secure network access, managing cloud environments, data protection, IoT solutions and more.
Advance pricing discounts are still available for the event and are available on the Dell World 2015 website.
Read more: http://events.dell.com/event/dell-world-2015/?lang...
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