Friday, June 19, 2015

MWLUG 2015 Sessions Now Online

We are pleased to announce that sessions for MWLUG 2015 are now online on our web site. For MWLUG 2015 we will have close to 50 business and technical sessions making this the largest and most comprehensive conference that we have ever had. We have over two dozen IBM Champion speakers sharing with you their knowledge and skills. In addition, we have a number of first time speakers and customers sharing their experience with you. First sessions will start on Wednesday afternoon, August 19th.
 

That is $1 per session.  How can you beat that and it includes food and entertainment.  So register.


MWLUG 2015 marks our 7th conference and will be held at the Ritz-Carlton, Downtown - Atlanta Georgia, August 19-21, 2015. MWLUG 2015 is the premier IBM user group conference dedicated to collaboration technologies.
 
MWLUG 2015 provides you the IBM professional the opportunity to learn, network, and contribute to our great community while enjoying a bit of fun.
 
The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta hotel is downtown's premier 5-star hotel and rated as one of the best hotel in Atlanta. We have made special arrangements with the Ritz-Carlton for a special discount of $149.00/night for attendees of MWLUG 2015.
 
To register for MWLUG 2015, go to:
 
This year's theme is "Transforming Collaboration Through Innovation". So if you are looking for unique ways of incorporating or using others' technologies with the IBM portfolio, different ways of utilizing the IBM portfolio in your business, or taking IBM technology to the next level, come to MWLUG 2015 and see how others in the ICS community are transforming collaboration.
MWLUG 2015 session tracks include:
  • Application Development
  • Best Practices in Social Collaboration
  • Customer Business Cases
  • Innovation
  • System Administration

MWLUG 2015 is made possible by the generous MWLUG 2015 sponsors whom not only pay for the majority of the cost for MWLUG 2015, but also donate their time in organizing and providing technical sessions on critical topics that are important to our ICS community.

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