World of Watson is Canceled | PMsquare Brief
World of Watson is Canceled
Last month IBM announced that World of Watson is canceled. This event, which is IBM’s premier analytics and cognitive solutions conference of the year, will be moved to the spring of 2018. The move will also combine World of Watson with other IBM events. This change aligns with IBM’s ongoing efforts to integrate the content and solutions at conferences. As readers recall, 2016 marked the first year that IBM merged the Insight conference with the Watson conference to form World of Watson. This announcement is the next step in that direction.
So Now What?
You might be wondering what options are available now that World of Watson is Cancelled. Many organizations value analytics events like World of Watson for the high caliber of content, presentations, and hands-on access to the latest analytics developments. For those still looking for a premium analytics conference experience – explore IBM THINK or IBM Analytics University.
Uniting IBM Conferences
IBM is bringing World of Watson together with InterConnect, Edge, Amplify and Connect to form an unprecedented technology event: IBM Think 2018. Think 2018 merges AI, Cloud, Data, IoT, Systems, Services and Security to reflect the way our clients do business. Find out what to expect from Think 2018 on our recent blog. IBM Think 2018, is happening in Las Vegas, NV March 19 – 22.
Registration: Registration opens May 30, 2017
What is IBM Analytics University
IBM Analytics University is a training and enablement focused conference exclusive to IBM Analytics solutions. The conference takes place Oct 17 – 19 in New Orleans and will be a fantastic opportunity for customers to learn about new product releases, and the future direction for the IBM Analytics portfolio. Analytics University features hands-on workshops, in-depth discussions, product demonstrations, and a competitive hackathon.
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