Join Salesforce.org at Educause
This week, Salesforce.org is heading to the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference from October 25 – October 28 in Anaheim, California and we hope to see you there!
The conference brings together IT professionals to explore today’s toughest technology issues facing higher education. Throughout the conference, Salesforce.org will be there sharing our vision for the Connected Campus and the latest news on the Higher Education Data Architecture (HEDA) and Salesforce Advisor Link. Swing by our booth 633 to learn how you can become a Connected Campus and leverage social, mobile and cloud technologies to connect with your students in whole new ways.
Be sure to also check out a great session presented by the University of Texas System on Wednesday, October 26 at 11:40 a.m. in Ballroom A, Level Three. During the session, Stephen DiFilipo, CIO for the Institute of Transformational Learning at University of Texas System, will demonstrate the UTx blockchain proof of concept for education. Learn about what blockchain is, how it can be used, and see a demo of a working model of blockchain that is learner-centered, scalable, and sustainable—and potentially transformational.
Finally, don’t miss our Power Of Us Party on Wednesday, October 26, from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Park Anaheim! Connect with peers over drinks, share success stories while enjoying appetizers, and immerse yourself within our higher ed partner ecosystem to collaborate and learn from industry leaders. It will be a great way to network with other game changers transforming the higher ed sector in powerful new ways. Space is limited, so RSVP now to let us know you’ll be there.
Throughout the conference you can keep in touch with us by following us @SalesforceOrg on Twitter. We can’t wait to see you at EDUCAUSE!
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