It seems like there is a different tech conference every month these days, so sifting through the noise and determining which one is truly beneficial for you and your personal career growth (along with which events will benefit your organization) is a task not to be taken lightly.
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October of 2014 marked IBM’s annual conference for Cognos and a variety of other products, which was formerly known as IBM Information on Demand and now known as IBM Insight. The conference was filled with sessions, hands on labs, guest speakers, booth visits, and much more. Just because you couldn’t attend Insight 2014 in Las Vegas doesn’t mean you should miss out on the key features of the conference. Here are some of the highlights:
The new 10.2.2 release of Cognos Business Intelligence was the topic of many sessions and presentations, not to mention conversations held by Cognos users. Some of the Cognos 10.2.2 changes discussed relate to reporting and administration features, while others relate to things like hardware and software architecture. See Jeff’s post for more about what’s new in Cognos 10.2.2. The beauty of being at the conference is that these changes were discussed in detail, and customers large and small have the opportunity to start planning implementation of new ideas or time to plan for changes to internal Cognos architecture.
If you are considered attending IBM's largest global conference, "Information On Demand," but need to justify the expense or convince a higher up to approve the cost to attend, think about this event as an investment and what you and your organization can potentially gain by attending. Here are five good reasons to go.
If you’ve been paying attention to the Cognos community recently, there has been a lot of hype about IBM’s Information on Demand 2012. If you’ve attended this annual Las Vegas event before, then you’re probably familiar with the process. But if not, IBM IOD can seem overwhelming and leave you unsure of where to start.