Join us for the Bangalore Technical Conference 2021
11th-15th & 18th-22nd January, 2021
The TTP Bangalore Technical Conference will be online this year due to the travel restrictions we all face around the world. The event will be made up of ten half days starting on Monday 11th January 2021. Sessions will run each day from 9am to 2pm Central European Time each day of the two week period. There will be no cost for attendance. All sessions will be technical in nature.
Sessions will revolve around the products currently being used by academic customers which are developed in the Bangalore Development Centre such as Identity Management, Access Management, Security Products, Open Enterprise Server, Filr, iPrint, ZENworks etc. The draft agenda for the even can be viewed HERE. Please note that the times are Central European Time and the order of the sessions may well change prior to the event.
As part of this conference it will be possible to arrange one-to-one meetings with development staff and product management to discuss specific issues and/or ideas. In order to take up this opportunity please complete the One-to-One Request Form before the 5th January 2021.
If you have any questions concerning the event please contact Peter Atkins using firstname.lastname@example.org and he will be only too happy to help out.
Quotes from previous event attendees:
- "The Bangalore TTP is the best resource to provide my customers and colleagues deep insight into the products. Being back on my daily job, the personal contact to Product Managers and developers did help me a lot throughout the year." Harald Gemmer, Carpe Diem, Germany.
- "I would attend again due to the deep coverage of Microfocus solutions delivered by the development teams as well as an incredible mix of knowledgeable and interesting IT practitioners from the education community and partners." Claudio Antonioli, Systemcraft, Australia.
- "Better even than BrainShare. Talking to the developers and expanding upon their ideas brings the Bangalore conference close to perfection. Understanding how the code was written ensures a perfect deployment every time, giving fewer calls and more satisfied customers." Tim Heywood, NDS8, UK.
- See also the Past Events page covering this event on the TTP Website (Note you will need to login to the TTP website to view previous presentations).