- Al Zollar, Tivoli General Manager, Pulse 2010
One of the reasons we hope you'll join us at Pulse 2011 is that we need you to share your expertise with the rest of our attendees in how you transformed business to deliver increased value to your clients with integrated service management strategies and technologies. The Pulse agenda will consist of five streams and thirteen tracks that will make up the most robust and complete Integrated Service Management curriculum tailored specifically for: IT Director/Managers , Service Architects, Systems Administrators, Storage Managers, Data Center Managers, Business Transformation Managers, Plant/Facility Managers, Maintenance Supervisors, Production Personnel, Supply Chain Managers, Infrastructure Managers, Operations Managers, Network Managers, Infrastructure Managers, Network Operations Center (NOC) Managers, Operational Support Systems Personnel, Chief Information Security Officers, Director / Manager of Security Operations, Security Analysts, Security Administrators, C-Level Executive Controller, Strategy & Technology Executives, Solution Executives, VPs of Infrastructure, and IT Architecture Directors Development Directors.
To get started preparing your proposal for presentation, log in to the Pulse 2011 Call for Speakers online tool and create a speaker profile. You don't have to be ready to submit your proposal to create a profile. You will however, need your IBM.com ID.
After completing your speaker profile, click "Fill out a session proposal." AGAIN, you do NOT need to be ready to submit a proposal to browse the contents of the submission tool, which includes the description and listing of the streams and a list of the tracks.
Like I mentioned before, this curriculum is quite robust or I would list it out in this blog entry. It will, however, be listed on the Pulse website at ibm.com/pulse soon.
In the mean time, click "Create a session for . . . " for descriptions of the stream's tracks and sub-tracks. When you are ready, fill out the Call for Speakers questionnaire and submit your proposal within the stream section with which the content of your proposal aligns most closely. But don't delay! The Call for Speakers closes on November 9, 2010.
If you have any questions, see your IBM representative, or post your question here and we'll provide the assistance you need.