BriForum 2013 London will take place from 16-17 May at the etc.venues conference centre at St. Paul's in London. This will be our 13th BriForum (!), our 3rd in London and our 5th in Europe. If you've never been (or never heard of it), BriForum is a vendor-neutral 100% technical conference that brings the best and brightest end user computing IT experts from around the world. Our London event has hundreds of attendees and two days of session content spread over four breakout rooms.
This year's conference builds on the desktop virtualization and consumerization themes of last year with the addition of an Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) topic focus. (How does EMM relate to desktop virtualization and consumerization? Take a look at what I wrote about this last month.) BriForum is the conference that I look forward to most each year. It's super fun, very geeky, and I learn a lot.
If you want to speak at BriForum 2013 London, you have until February 22 to get your session proposal to us. (If we accept your presentation, we'll pay for your airfare, hotel, and conference admission!) Check out Gabe's post for more details on what we're looking for when it comes to sessions and how you can get chosen.
If you'd like to attend BriForum in London this year, the early bird registration discount of £200 ends this week. (Registration is £695 through 15 February, then £795 through 28 March and £895 after that. You can buy your ticket here.)
If you'd rather attend BriForum in the US, BriForum 2013 Chicago will take place July 30 - August 1 (3 days) at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago. Registration is now open for $1295 through April 26th.