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Check out the #TechCIT chat on Twitter this Thursday

By Adam Zeis on 11 Mar 2014 02:16 pm EDT
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This Thursday, BlackBerry Senior Director of Enterprise Product Management, Jeff Holleran, will be taking part in the #TechCIT chat on Twitter — a session hosted by Tech Target’s SearchDataCenter.com. The Twitter chat will include IT and business leaders from companies across industries who will talk about how changes and trends impact the IT strategies of companies like Dell, VMware and Microsoft. 

  • Who: Tech Target (@datacenterTT), BlackBerry (@BlackBerry4Biz), Microsoft, Dell, VMware and others
  • What: Tweet chat to openly discuss changing IT strategies
  • Where: Follow the conversation at #TechCIT
  • When: March 13, 2014 from 12:00pm – 2:00pm EST

Jeff Holleran (@JeffHolleran), be participating from 1:45 to 2pm EST. You can follow along on Twitter at #TechCIT Thursday starting at noon EST.

Reader comments

Check out the #TechCIT chat on Twitter this Thursday

13 Comments

first to comment? Who cares, seeing as you have been here a month and a week, stupid firsties are generally frowned upon.

And your question is silly too, of course you keep your Z10

Quickie's back, and so are the fi(r)sters....

ROFL

Yes, there was peace for a while, I wondered how long that was gonna last. I have no problem with a witty first, but garbage ones, c'mon...

"No Q10?" -> "Buy from Chen... "

There was some peace from the firsters for awhile. Nip it in the butt quickly. No one cares about first comments.

Posted via CB10

If you even consider going 5s or S5, you're on the wrong site... ;-)

iMore or Android Central is your place to go.

"No Q10?" -> "Buy from Chen... "

Any chance BB could change its plans and bring out a wearable (smartwatch) in near future? I would love to have one to use with my Z30 and Q10.