SHARE Providence 2017 | August 6-11 | Providence, RI

About

SHARE events are your one-stop shop for enterprise IT education where you can enjoy a longstanding tradition of advancing the industry. Like all SHARE events, Providence will be crafted to help enterprise IT professionals expand knowledge, enhance skills and increase organizational efficiencies by focusing on our three main tenets:

Educate at SHARE Providence

Educate

Access 500+ technical sessions that cover key topic areas such as DevOps, Innovative Workloads, Analytics, Big Data, Mobile, Cloud and Security.

Network at SHARE San Jose

Network

Join hundreds of enterprise IT professionals under one roof for interactive sessions and networking events aimed at helping attendees shape and build lasting connections.

Expand Your Influence at SHARE Providence

Influence

Expand your influence among peers through direct access to IBM and other vendor partners as we work to shape the future of the enterprise technology ecosystem.

Call for Presentations: Submit a Proposal!

SHARE welcomes and encourages both first-time submitters and seasoned presenters to take part in its leading enterprise technology educational event: SHARE Providence 2017, August 6–11. All submissions are due April 7, 2017.

Click to Submit a Proposal

Why Present?

All speakers selected to present will receive a discounted speaker rate for the full week or complimentary registration for the day they present. Submitters are encouraged to be creative with the type of session proposed, so please aim to choose a session type outside of the traditional lecture format.

What is SHARE Looking For?

For Providence, SHARE is seeking content on a range of topics, including information considered top-of-mind to many enterprise IT organizations today. Official event hot topics include:

  • DevOps in the Enterprise
  • New and Innovative Workloads for z Systems
  • Big Data – Big Analytics – Big Needs
  • Cloud as a Disruptive Technology
  • Mobile and Social Networking in the Enterprise
  • Security in the Enterprise