TELADATA has announced a call for speakers today for the fourth annual Technology Convergence Conference, to take place on February 2, 2012. The day-long event will be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center and will offer presenters the opportunity to interactwith over 600 IT and facilities professionals on a host of industry topics and features several break out sessions throughout. Presenter applications are currently being accepted.
The conference is credited with bringing technology professionals together to exchange ideas and best practices about the latest in Data Centers, Telecommunications, Building Management Systems, Audiovisual, Networking and Security. This year’s keynote speaker, Navy Captain Mike Abrashoff, gave a pinch-hit speech describing his experience leading a US Navy destroyer crew to achieving the highest award offered by the Navy for performance. Among past TCC participants, are industry experts from enterprises such as Yahoo!, Robert Half International, Sun Microsystems, and eBay.
The event draws sponsors and end users from around the country, as well as dozens locally within Silicon Valley. The presentations provide detailed case studies, describing solutions to the complex technological and organizational challenges facing IT and data center infrastructure managers.
TELADATA has previously held the event on a biennial bases. “Last year’s conference was so successful that we have decided to hold it annually,” said Bob Brown, CEO of TELADATA. “We were thrilled with the feedback we received.”
In order to be considered as a presenter, applicants must submit an outline of their proposed presentation by July 31, 2011. Additional information on the application process can be found at
TELADATA Announces Call for Speakers for 2012 Technology Convergence Conference
June 22, 2011