Reminder: UC Day 2017 is on Monday. Here’s 5 things you need to know.
UC Day is nearly here. Make sure you’re ready for everything that’s happening with this 5 step guide:
Step 1 – Register!
This one is pretty obvious but still the most important. If you’re not registered then you won’t be allowed in! Registration is free and should be completed online here.
Once you’ve registered, add it to your calendar so everyone else in your organisation knows where you’re going to be on Monday!
Step 2 – Check out the schedule
The UC Day schedule is up already so you can work out your game plan ahead of time. There are 5 tracks and each track has excellent speakers in it, so make sure you know what’s happening across all the tracks before you commit to a session. Unless of course, it’s my session at 11:30 😉
Step 3 – Review the Three65 LIVE schedule
Three365 will once again be live streaming all day long, and have their own schedule of guests. If you’re not going to be attending in person then this is a great way to still be involved. Even if you are attending you’ll still want to listen to the recorded stream after the event to see what was discussed.
I’m excited to be on the panel at 14:45, talking about Social Impacts of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.
Step 4 – Bring your hard vendor questions
Apart from all the great content on offer, UC Day is also a networking event and there will be a range of different sponsors with stands at the event. Make sure you review the list of sponsors and if you have any questions or feedback for any of them, make a note of it so you don’t forget on the day (or get distracted by all that free SWAG!)
Step 5 – Be part of UC Day with Social Media
From around Sunday afternoon, during the pre-event quiz night, and on the day itself, expect to see plenty of speakers and attendees discussing in real-time on Twitter. The offiical event hashtag is #UCDayUK.
Looking forward to seeing everyone on Monday. Remember, the Keynote starts at 8:45, don’t be late!