This year IBM TechUwill be a digital event held 26-29th of October 2020. Thus, the event is accessible for everyone with an interest in developing their technical expertise within IBM Systems products and solutions trough in-depth insights and training sessions.
At the event, you can experience lectures provided by industry experts around the most buzzing topics within the field. Hence, speakers at TechU are coming from IBM, IBM clients, and IBM Business Partners to administer advanced technical topics across IBM Power Systems, IBM AIX, IBM I, IBM Storage, IBM Z, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), and LinuxONE. For instance, Thomas Harrer (CTO Hardware Sales, IBM Systems EMEA, IBM Distinguished Engineer, Member TEC CR, and AoT) will in his keynote “Architecting the Future” talk about the future of IT and how to drive IT innovation in the years to come.
Stay curious, learn, and thrive.
It’s a Virtual Experience. IBM TechU 2020 is the technical classroom experience that comes to you. Whether you elect to take the training from your home or safe spaces, IBM is helping to ensure the safety of attendees by offering this event – virtually.
Gain Competitive Advantages. IBM TechU provides you and your teams the opportunity to learn technologies required to increase skills, productivity, and innovation.
Knowledge Gained is Your Benefit. New software, applications, AI, and automation have valuable roles to play in the deployment and management of secure infrastructures that support new business models and processes.
Host: IBM Date: 26-29th of October 2020 Location: Digital event – attend from wherever you prefer Participation fee: Clients, Business Partners, and Academic – Early Bird Rate: 525 USD. IBM Employees: 550 USD.
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