As we continue counting down the days to BlackBerry Live 2013, we’ve enjoyed providing you a picture of what to expect at the conference. In the meantime, we’ve also been hard at work on planning the conference breakout sessions. These sessions will be a great opportunity to engage directly with BlackBerry experts and to gain valuable insights especially tailored to your industry or expertise.
Today, we’re thrilled to highlight the official BlackBerry Live Session Catalog Preview to help you get started with your planning. This year, we’ve redesigned the Session Catalog to make the session planning process for attendees as easy as possible: users can search for specific sessions by track, audience, subject matter, or key word. With sessions ranging from Managing BlackBerry 10 Devices to Understanding BlackBerry Balance to Understanding Secure Work Space for iOS and Android Devices, there’s something for everyone looking to learn more about incorporating the BlackBerry 10 platform into their business’ mobile strategy.
We’ve also organized the BlackBerry Live Sessions into several tracks based on the IT vertical or industry attendees are working in. Here are a few of the tracks that will be available:
- BlackBerry Products and Deployments: For IT Administrators managing the Blackberry Solution, messaging systems, and telecom systems
- BlackBerry In Action – Case Studies & Solutions for Your Organization and Industry: For Business Leaders, IT Architects and Senior IT Managers
- BlackBerry Jam Americas – App Development: For Consumer and Enterprise Mobile App Developers
- BlackBerry & Beyond: Trends Shaping the Future of Mobile: For BlackBerry Channel Partner Audience, including carriers, wireless operators, carrier affiliates, dealers, national retailers, distributors and IT resellers
Whether you prefer the structure of a session track or the flexibility of designing your own schedule, take a look at what’s available on the session catalog preview. More sessions will be added regularly, so check back frequently!
Did you attend last year’s conference? What was the most helpful breakout session you attended?