Think 2020: How to update and refocus your skills
Disclaimer: In light of global precautions for the COVID-19 Coronavirus, and building upon recommendations from the World Health Organization, IBM is taking a new approach to signature events, including IBM Think 2020. This premier client and developer conference will now be a global, digital-first event, combining live streamed content, interactive sessions and certifications, and locally hosted small events. Click here for more details.
If you had to choose just one major IT conference to attend this year, then what’s the best option for exploring a mix of future possibilities and today’s practical use cases? Imagine an event where you can acquire forward-looking insights and practical hands-on experience, together.
Do you want to meet industry experts who are already transforming IT with open technologies and proven techniques? Join us at Think 2020, where you can learn how to conquer the most demanding workloads with hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Knowledge transfer: discover the Think experience
What can you expect from the upcoming Think conference? Last year at Think 2019 IBM outlined the latest compute and storage technology breakthroughs, plus developer tools and related skills that will enable you to explore how to apply the lessons learned from the early adopters in your industry.
Here’s a small sample of the recorded sessions from Think 2019:
Technology forces and innovation accelerators are transforming businesses at an unprecedented rate — from AI and machine learning to blockchain and quantum computing. Looking to the future, the winners will be those who make the right modern infrastructure decisions today. Hear from a panel of the most influential leaders in technology and business as they explore the future of IT infrastructure.
Creating competitive advantage in digital business requires new levels of agility within the business and from IT. This session, hosted by Ross Mauri, General Manager of IBM Z and LinuxONE, shows how digital continues to drive transformation in business and in IT. Ross discusses IBM Z’s role in getting the best from modern digital workloads as part of a multicloud infrastructure.
Quantum computing takes advantage of the laws of quantum mechanics found in nature and represents a fundamental change from classical information processing. For two years now, IBM has enabled more than 100,000 people around the globe to access quantum computers for learning, research, and tackling new problems. While still early, we believe it’s just a matter of time until we start using these devices to solve certain problems better than we can today.
Data is the driving force behind successful businesses. Ed Walsh, General Manager of IBM Storage, explains how you can derive business value from oceans of data using analytics and AI technologies on a hybrid multicloud infrastructure that is flexible, agile, and built with modern technologies. In this session, learn how clients of all sizes — early disruptors and incumbents alike — are building IT infrastructure to put data to work.
Think 2020: the one-of-a-kind experience
You and your team are invited. Attend Think for a rewarding week of unique learning and networking experiences right in the heart of Silicon Valley; San Francisco, California. Bring your most complex business, technical and operational challenges, and leave equipped with strategies to put your IT infrastructure investments to work for your whole organization.