Lights! ~ Camera! ~ Action!
You could be a winner of an Apple iPad, or an Apple iTouch, or an Apple iPod Nano, or $100 or $50 cash just by creating a video on either
how your IBM Tivoli software product(s) have either helped you solve a problem, or improve performance or deliver business value.
The Global Tivoli user Community is hosting the "IBM Tivoli software Products Rock" video contest and YOU can be apart of the newest trend of creating your own video(s).
Are you interested but don't know how to start?
Read these questions and answers to find out more:
Q: What kind of video can I create?
A: You can do either an Interview style video, a Technical Presentation video or a Product Tutorial video.
You can find an interview style guide, some hints and tips along with a link to FREE Camtasia video software located here.Q: What are the criteria for submitting a video?
A: The submission
must be of positive nature relating to IBM Tivoli software. If a third party software is highlighted it must show integration with a Tivoli product. The entry must be at least 2.5 minutes but no more then 10 minutes and can't be larger then 1GB. The acceptable formats are Windows Media Video (.WMV), .AVI (windows), .MOV (mac), .MP4 (ipod/psp), .MPEG, .FLV (adobe flash)
Q: What are the contest dates?
A: Starting NOW through August 16, 2010 videos can be submitted through the Global Tivoli User Community website. Winners of the contest will be announced on September 21, 2010.
Q: Who will be judging?
A: Three parties will be involved in the judging: 1)The Global Tivoli User Group (GTUG) council. 2) Group Intelligence, Inc. - website vendor for the Global Tivoli User Community. 3) All members of the user community of www.tivoli-ug.org. The GTUG council will narrow the selection down to the top three videos and all members will have a chance to vote for their favorite.
For complete instructions, rules and guidelines on how to create and submit your video(s) please click here
As the Global Tivoli User Community for IBM Tivoli I encourage you to get your video cameras out and show your IBM Tivoli pride! Happy Video Shooting!