I've always passionately argued that the content from these global and regional conferences should be shared openly and widely - not just the decks themselves, but also audio and (preferably) video recordings. JiveWorld17 is a fantastic example of this being delivered.
If you're primarily focused on IBM-based solutions, you may not be aware that I have a Jive-focused blog over at Jive.news.This is particularly relevant this week as it is JiveWorld, Jive's annual worldwide conference in Las Vegas. I'm blogging as much of the news as I can from the conference, including today's posts on yesterday's key announcements and Jive's roadmap for 2017 and 2018. Do subscribe to the blog there if you want to receive my Jive posts in the future.
IBM Connect 2017 takes place later this month in San Francisco, and the last-minute push to increase attendance is already underway. I'm a big fan of the new venue, and the shift from Florida to California, and so really hope that the event is a huge success.One of the interesting aspects of the registration push has been the unveiling of some information that previously being kept relatively quiet - if not under NDA, certainly out of the limelight