See you at EDUCAUSE Annual Conference
In just under a week, Salesforce.org will be heading to Orlando, Florida for the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference from September 29th – October 2nd and we hope to see you there!
The conference presents a robust, community-generated program that explores today’s toughest IT issues facing higher education and convenes some of the brightest minds in the community. Throughout the conference, Salesforce.org will be there sharing and demoing our vision for the Connected Campus. Swing by our booth 149 to learn how you can become a Connected Campus and leverage social, mobile and cloud technologies to connect with your students in whole new ways.
Most importantly, be sure to join us for our session on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 2:30 PM in Meeting Room W206B/C. The session, Students First, Mobile First. Selecting a Platform to Become a Connected Campus, will include three CIO/CTOs sharing how they adapted to the changing needs of their constituents and run their university on a versatile cloud-based and mobile-ready platform. They will discuss the importance of data consolidation and the efficiencies gained by having a single view of the student on a flexible platform solution.
- Lisa Davis, CIO, Georgetown University
- Leah Lommel, Asst Vice President, Arizona State University
- Brian Peddle, CTO, College for America at Southern New Hampshire University
- Sandra Sanvido, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Salesforce.org
You should also plan to attend our Partner forums at booth 149 on Tuesday, September 29 and Wednesday, September 30 from 1:00-3:00 PM to connect with our knowledgable and innovative partners, 7Summits, ACF Solutions, Sierra-Cedar, and TargetX. Throughout the conference you can keep in touch with us on upcoming sessions and forums by following us @SFDCFoundation.
Finally, don’t leave without joining us for our Connected Cocktails party! Keep the conversations of the day going on Tuesday, September 30th from 6:30pm – 8:00pm at the Hyatt Regency Orlando, Garden Terrace for cocktails and appetizers on us. Kick back and enjoy a warm Orlando evening, and network with your higher ed peers from across the country, Salesforce.org and our partners. RSVP now for our Connected Cocktails party to let us know you’ll be there. We can’t wait to see you at EDUCAUSE!
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