Presentations

The IT Summit program will be comprised of session tracks on relevant and thought-provoking topics to engage attendees and spur new ideas or ways of thinking about IT trends and applications. Sessions will be comprised of UA IT professionals presenting on current projects, initiatives, services or applications. In addition, this year there will also be subject matters experts from industry presenting on a range of IT topics as they relate to higher education. The event will be an ideal opportunity for UA IT professionals to understand and learn more about IT projects occuring on campus and potentially form collaborative partnerships for future initiatives.

Call for Presentations

The IT Summit is looking for speakers with dynamic and relevant topics to present on the 2017 program. Summit attendees will be a mix of system administrators, web and application developers, system and desktop support staff, technical security professionals, programmers, and network administrators. If you believe you have a presentation that the UA IT community would value and enjoy hearing, we invite you to submit your presentation topic for consideration soon. An offical call for presentations will be announced in Spring 2016. Please continue to check the IT Summit website for the latest updates. More information about presentation logistics and speaker guidelines can be found on the IT Summit website.

Potential Summit Topics
Potential Summit topics may include, but are not limited to, the following areas:

  • Big Data, BI and Analytics
  • Cloud and Virtualization Technologies
  • Enterprise Services and Infrastructure
  • Information Security
  • Research Computing and Visualization
  • Web / App Development
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Campus IT projects and communities
  • Project / Change Management

While we encourage abstract submissions in one of the above categories, we welcome any submissions that the presenter feels is of interest to other IT professionals at the University.