I would like to attend an event, how do I register?
You register by clicking on the event name, completing and submitting the event registration form.
If I registered to www.ibmevents.info site and became a member, am I automatically registered to the various events?
Being a member of www.ibmevents.info provides you access to the site protected content such as Download and Learning Places area. To register to an event, you must click the event in question and complete and submit the event registration form.
Where can I download the events artifacts (e.g. PPTs)?
Customers who attended our events will be able to download the artifacts by registering to the site.
I would like to be a speaker at your next event. How can I participate?
As of now, please contact your Sales Representative, or send an email to email@example.com.
Can I register my colleagues to the event?
We welcome all our current and future customers to attend our events. However, we only allow one person to register at a time to prevent one person from blocking multiple seats at once. However, you may register your colleagues if you have their basic information and permission to do so. You also can use the "Share" icons at the bottom of the page to email them the information so they can register themselves. You can always contact your sales representative and or the event coordinator via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any additional questions, please feel free to Contact Us
How to keep informed about future events?
1) You can subscribe to our RSS feeds to stay updated with our current and future Rational events. Simply click on the orange RSS button and follow the instructions for your reader to subscribe to IBM Events RSS feed; 2) You can register on our website to stay informed via email; 3) Contact you sales representative.
What is RSS Feed?
RSS stands for Real Simple Syndication. Subscribing to an RSS feed enables you to be notified via an RSS reader when 0ur website is updated with new events.
Some RSS readers are standalone applications, and others work within your web browser. In fact some browsers, including Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari automatically check for RSS feeds and enable you to subscribe to them.