Collaboration University for Lotus Quickr and Sametime
London: September 21-23, 2010 — Chicago: September 27-29, 2010
“One of the advantages of collaboration is the business value that can be realized through connecting with other knowledgeable resources. I am looking forward to Collaboration University because it is a premier opportunity to connect with industry leaders focused on Lotus Advanced Collaboration (Quickr, Sametime and Connections).”
-Louis Richardson, WorldWide Sales Executive, IBM
Registration is now open for Collaboration University 2010!
It’s hard to believe we’ve produced 10 Collaboration University events, but here we are ready to go with numbers 11 and 12. Since our first events in 2006, Collaboration University has been enabling technical professionals and business managers with the tools and skills they need to get the most from their investment in Lotus Software. With a focus on Lotus Quickr and Sametime, a few related integration and strategy sessions, and expertise concentrated in one place, you get the most in-depth training possible, with unprecedented access to well-known industry experts.
In 2010, we return to the London and Chicago venues that were so popular the last two years! So please have a look around, ask questions, and we’ll see you in September!
In my mind, there is no doubt which event offers the best training for the Lotus ‘Advanced Collaboration’ (Quickr, Sametime, Connections) products each year – it’s Collaboration University. With a track record of delivering superb content, awesome speakers, access to the latest code (occasionally even whilst still in beta), and with a great atmosphere thrown in, it really does deliver the most bang for your buck. As in previous years, the 2010 version will feature the leading speakers you know from Lotusphere and user group events around the world – Rob Novak, Gab Davis, Carl Tyler, Chris Miller, Warren Elsmore, Viktor Krantz and more. Really not to be missed!
This year the London event comes first, so we in the UK get to hear all the best bits first – register now! If you’re quick, there are big savings to be made with a generous ‘early-bird’ discount.