May 8, 2017 | Written by: Inhi Cho Suh
Categorized: Collaboration | Events
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Collaboration solutions are all about bringing together people, information and technology to enable new innovations and drive business impact. The future of the collaboration market is evolving quickly with tighter integrations of advance technologies in cognitive, machine learning, data, internet of things and security. Any organization that is implementing a collaboration platform needs to do so with the entire ecosystem of capabilities and applications that digitize work.
To that end, I’m absolutely thrilled about our recent announcement to merge several of our IBM premier events into one flagship conference that reflects the way you do business. IBM Think will debut March 19-22, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV, and will combine all of the amazing content and coverage of IBM World of Watson, InterConnect, Edge, Amplify and Connect.
IBM Think 2018 will feature the best of the collaboration community’s Lotusphere/Connect experiences while also giving you the chance to explore the breadth and depth of IBM’s complete solutions portfolio, and see how these solutions integrate to improve the way you get work done. Plus, the unified event means even greater opportunities for learning and networking. What better way to make new connections with peers and industry leaders?
There’s a lot of work to be done between now and then, and I want to assure you that we will be putting forth great effort to gather feedback and involve main stakeholders to ensure that IBM’s biggest conference is an amazing, educational and exciting experience for all who attend. On June 20-22, 2017 we will conduct the IBM Think Jam, an interactive brainstorming event to give attendees and clients a key voice in the design of the conference. We want your feedback on how to make our flagship event a great experience for the collaboration community. Registration for the Jam begins May 30 – click here to be notified.
We will keep you updated on all things Think as we progress toward March 2018, and I imagine we’ll have a couple fun surprises in store as well. Thanks as always for your continued support, and I can hardly wait to see all of you at IBM Think 2018 next March!