Out of the ashes of Macworld Expo rises MacIT, which is set to happen this July in Santa Clara, Calif. MacIT has actually been part of the Macworld Expo conference curriculum for the last several years, but now it's getting a chance to shine on its own. If you're interested in presenting at the event, the show's organizers have recently posted a call for speakers that you might want to heed.
MacIT is the world's premiere event for "Deploying Apple in the Enterprise" focused on helping Fortune 1000, Global 50, and Higher Education and Governmental organizations find success with the emerging issues of putting iOS and OS X tools to work in their organizations. The goal for MacIT speakers is to help organization's solve their most pressing problems and position their IT group for the challenges of tomorrow, with the content they deliver.
Speakers in the MacIT Conference should focus their proposals on the new challenges that iOS and OS X deployments present. Content should be unique to the MacIT audience, not refurbished from other events people have spoken at.
Past MacIT events have featured sessions on encryption, deployment of iOS and OS X technologies, DNS, e-mail, automation, App Store license management and more. You can view some sessions on YouTube.
The deadline for submitting speaker proposals is February 27, 2015. MacIT takes place from July 14-16 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.