Cloud. Internet of Things. Watson.
How can you use the world’s biggest breakthroughs to unleash ingenuity?
Join Flagship at InterConnect 2017, March 19 – 23 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas . This is the one technology event dedicated to everything you need to know about cloud. You’ll learn innovative strategies from established industry leaders, dynamic startups, and the world’s foremost technical experts―all geared toward helping you find answers to the most important questions facing your business today.
At InterConnect 2017, you’ll have countless opportunities to propel your career forward:
- Learn and network with more than 20,000 thought leaders and industry experts
- Attend an exclusive keynote address from IBM Chairman, President, and CEO, Ginni Rometty
- Experience the advances in artificial intelligence, security, and Internet of Things that are disrupting industries
- Address your challenges with cognitive insights derived from the powerful combination of cloud-based data and your data
- Make yourself indispensable through hands-on labs and certifications
Don’t miss this opportunity to explore a reimagined workforce fueled by cloud technologies. We hope to see you there.
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