It’s empowering to watch a global community embrace such a radical shift to the traditional physical conference marketplace that is so ripe for disruption.
Orpington, Kent (PRWEB UK) 18 May 2013
TFT13 builds on the success of December 2012’s inaugural event. During this event, there were over 1.2 million social media interactions in the first 24 hours. In the months since TFT12, the speaker slides have been viewed over 4,500 times. The exposure these speakers have received from this event far exceeds anything offered by any physical event.
The event will stream around the globe and align with SDI's physical conference on June 18 in Birmingham, UK, then head back out to the internet and continue to follow the sun!
Content is consumed without registration, payment or sharing of contact details and the ITSM community has embraced this new world.
The eight new, crowdsourced speakers are:
Simone Jo Moore – Communication Waves…a very human business
Ian Jones – Leading IT Service Management with Agile
Dave van Herpen – Practical examples of integrating Agile and ITSM
Daniel Billing – Small Room…Lots of space
Robert Sieber – Business Service Management: A real world proven approach for better IT service operations and support
Nathan McNeill – Is Remote Support Undermining Your Security?
Sean McClean – Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Who?
Ian Clayton – Building a Service catalog from the Outside-In
These new speakers join the first selection, announced in April.
TFT now has its own dedicated website where all content can be accessed and the community can vote for the final eight speakers for TFT13.
We would like to welcome our latest sponsor, ISM (Integrated Solutions Management) to TFT13.
“It’s empowering to watch a global community embrace such a radical shift to the traditional physical conference marketplace that is so ripe for disruption,” commented TFT’s founder, Chris Dancy.
We will be announcing the speakers selected to fill the final eight spots for TFT13 in the first week of June.