Novell BrainShare EMEA conference returns to Europe
Following a five year hiatus, this year Novell will once again be holding a BrainShare EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) conference. This year's European BrainShare will take place in Amsterdam from the 18th to the 21st of May. Novell is marketing the conference as an opportunity to take part in more than 70 sessions, gain technical hands-on experience and talk to other network professionals.
According to Novell, one of the major themes for the BrainShare EMEA conference is Intelligent Workload Management (IWM). The event will also focus on End User Computing, Identity and Security management, and Emerging Technologies, including Community and Open Source. Registration for BrainShare Amsterdam 2010 will open in mid-January. Attendees that register for the event before the 16th of April will also receive an early-bird discount.
After a one year break the 2010 US BrainShare conference will take place in Salt Lake City from the 21st to the 25th of March. Last year, Novell had to cancel the event due to the poor global economic situation.
- BrainShare Returns!, a blog post by Novell's Chief Marketing Officer.
- Novell lose Open Source CTSO as Nat Friedman leaves, a report from The H.