Yesterday was the Network World IT Roadmap in San Francisco. I had the experience of being the user case study presenter for the virtualization session. If you happened to catch it, I apologize for talking too fast. I’m working on that!
Other sessions covered application delivery, green IT, IP communications, data center, cloud, network management, security and compliance and WAN, LAN and mobility. Phew. Network World offered a lot in one day, plus several additional keynotes and the expo hall. My co-worker caught the WAN, LAN and mobility session, so I’m curious to see what trouble he’ll be looking to cause in the office next week.
There was some twittering happening related to the conference, but I was disappointed to see that the @itroadmap Twitter handle didn’t tweet at all during the event. They had advertised Twitter on the conference site as a way to stay connected during the conference yet didn’t reach out to that audience once. Twitter is becoming a popular way to interact as things happen – several attendees were tweeting during sessions – so it seems like Network World missed out on an opportunity there.