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Call for speakers: IBM Information On Demand 2006

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The call for speakers for this year's IBM Information On Demand 2006
global conference has begun!

This exciting new conference will have more IBM technical and business
solutions content in one place than ever before. We have expanded the
ways you can participate as a speaker, with over 800 sessions planned.
The 2-1/2 day business leadership track contains 180 sessions and a
parallel 5 day technical track will offer over 650 sessions covering
data services, content and discovery services, integration services and
business information services.

We are also offering a Business Development Day exclusively for IBM
Business Partners. Business Partners can speak at Business Development
Day and share how they have been able to grow their business and how
their solutions have allowed their customers to "take back control".

Become a speaker at this year's event and share with your peers how
you and your company have succeeded in taking back control of your
information management challenges with IBM technology. Attendees at
this conference will be executives, architects, DBAs, developers and IT
professionals from around the world and across all industry types and

We welcome session abstracts from IBM employees, customers, Business
Partners and user groups. Session abstracts may be submitted on-line
between March 1, 2006 and June 1, 2006. Follow the link below to submit
your proposals now!

See the Session Details in the Call for Speaker links above for track
details and suggested topics in each area of the conference. Select any
number of topics in which you have practical experience or expertise to
share with other conference attendees. Multiple submissions are

Serge Rielau
DB2 Solutions Development
IBM Toronto Lab
Apr 20 '06 #1
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