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Your social checklist at IBM InterConnect 2017

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IBM InterConnect 2017 is just a few days away, and IBM Systems will be there at the center of the action, with dozens of learning sessions, client stories, an exciting Concourse presence and more. Whether you’re attending InterConnect in person or following the action remotely, there are numerous ways to stay in touch with what’s happening through the web and social media.

Watch sessions live through IBMGO

IBMGO is a free, on-demand virtual extension of the IBM conference experience. You can participate in the conference from anywhere, at any time. IBMGO includes:

  • General sessions and thought leadership sessions
  • Over 100 breakout sessions
  • Exclusive interviews
  • Ability to participate in crowd chats and interact with influencers
  • Exclusive InterConnect content available to download
  • The interactive influencer hub

Sign up for IBMGO today and tune in to the IBMGO InterConnect Channel March 19-23 as well as after the conference for post-event replays on any sessions you missed.

Social selfie wall

Everyone who takes a conference selfie and tweets with #SystemsInsider will see their photo displayed at the Systems concourse booth. Be sure to check back often and see what the photo reveals at the end of the conference.

Social accounts and hashtags to follow during the event

Twitter. Whether you attend live or stay connected through social, Twitter will be at the center of conference activity. Be sure to follow the event hashtag #ibminterconnect and the IBM Systems Twitter feed @IBMSystems.

Facebook. On Facebook, you can follow IBM Systems to see pictures from the sessions, concourse, entertainment and more. Make sure to also check us out on Facebook Live for a behind-the-scenes look at InterConnect.

Snapchat. IBM Systems will be taking over the IBM Snapchat channel over the course of the conference. Be sure to follow IBM on Snapchat so you can live in the moment and have fun with IBM Systems.

And yes, there’s even an app for that!

If you are going to InterConnect, the IBM Events mobile app is the best way to make plans, build an agenda and explore event offerings. It even includes an interactive chatbot to help specialize your conference experience. In addition to using it to follow the event schedule, users can access networking tools and interactive maps. The app also includes gamification features and includes a chance to win prizes.

You can download the app now and start planning:

As you build your agenda for the conference, be sure to check out top IBM Systems sessions in the following curriculum streams:

Finally, stay tuned in right here on the In the Making blog for daily recaps during the event and reflections in the weeks to follow. Here’s to the world’s premier cognitive and cloud conference!

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