Posts Tagged ‘call for papers’

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4 steps to winning a speaking slot at SNW Europe (@snweurope) #snweurope

April 16, 2013

snw_largeBy Olivia Shannon, @Olivia_at_O

As our own Rose Ross (@Rose_at_O) blogged back in February, next Friday, April 26th is the call for papers deadline for the Storage Networking World Europe (SNW Europe), Datacenter Technologies and Virtualization World conferences.

As in previous years, the event organisers are seeking “quality submissions from IT end-users, consultants, industry analysts and system integrators/VARs, describing case studies or technology update sessions that focus on real-world deployments and/or methods and best practices to evaluate new, existing or future solutions. ” More information and suggested topics are available here.

If you’re busy putting together your submission, you might be interested in these tips for winning an SNW Europe speaking slot, taken from a previous Countdown2StorageExpo blog post based on a conversation with the conference programme director at the time, Paul Trowbridge: Read the rest of this entry ?

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#Cloud Security Alliance (@cloudsa) US Congress Call for Papers Closing April 19th

April 15, 2013

cloud security alliance logoBy Olivia Shannon, @Olivia_at_O

Cloud security experts have just a few days left to submit speaking proposals for consideration for the 4th Annual Cloud Security Alliance Congress US, being held in Orlando, Florida, November 13th & 14th, 2013. Send proposals to congress2013@cloudsecurityalliance.org by April 19th.

This year’s Cloud Security Alliance Congress US will feature the following six tracks with speaker and panel sessions: Read the rest of this entry ?

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Act quick – Cloud Expo 2013 East Call for Papers Deadline March 15, 2013

March 15, 2013

By @Olivia_at_Ocloudexpo east

Today is the call for papers deadline for Cloud Expo 2013 East in New York City. “If you have something substantive, challenging, and original to offer, you are encouraged to submit a proposal,” according to the guidelines here. Simply submit your 100-word abstract,  50-word speaker bio, and details of your previous speaking experience and published work.

Suggested topics include: Read the rest of this entry ?