April 29, 2021 By Sarah Daniel 2 min read

We understand that the world—and business—is in the midst of rapid and unpredictable change.

Join us at Think 2021 to learn how to navigate change through transformation, automation and modernization. Learn about the future of hybrid cloud and AI and meet others who are using technology to make a difference. Hear from industry leaders and experts about the future of hybrid cloud and AI and discover how others who are using technology to make a difference.

Augmented reality experience

This year at Think 2021, IBM will be debuting three unique augmented reality (AR) experiences. They will allow attendees to explore the possibility of IBM design and technology in their own homes. These experiences will be live by May 11 and can be accessed with your mobile device.

Watch Think live and on-demand—priority sessions

Tailor your agenda to your interests with on-demand and live sessions focused on real-world scenarios and solutions. By registering and building your agenda, you’ll be able to participate in live Q&A for featured sessions and filter based on topic and session highlights.

As you build your agenda for the conference, be sure to include featured IBM Systems sessions across the portfolio.

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Occasionally, we invite industry thought leaders to join our events and share their unique perspectives. Content and opinions expressed come directly from these social VIP’s and don’t necessarily reflect the views of IBM.

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Join us at Think 2021

Hybrid cloud and AI are the foundation of smarter business. Think is where they come to life. Register for Think 2021 to learn from innovators, thinkers and doers about the best tools to tackle your organization’s imperatives.

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