MONTREAL, Dec. 17, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- GWAVA announced today that it will expand its session offerings at its GWAVACon 2011 technology conference to be held in Torrance, California January 23-25. With that announcement, Novell experts are encouraged to submit session papers directly to GWAVA for consideration.
"GWAVA has always had a large presence at BrainShare. With Novell's announcement to postpone BrainShare, we have decided to open GWAVACon to a wider audience and accept session submissions," says Richard Bliss, Senior Vice President of Marketing Worldwide for GWAVA. "GWAVACon is great place for Novell customers and partners alike to meet and discuss plans for the future as well as learning about new technology. We want to make sure that everyone can receive the timely information that they would normally receive at BrainShare here at GWAVACon in January."
GWAVA has also announced that it will extend its price discount, which was due to expire today, until the end of the month. The price to attend the 3-day conference is $595 until December 31st. After the end of December, the price will return to $895.
GWAVACon is the largest independent Novell technology conference. Attendees can enjoy face-to-face learning and one-on-one opportunities to meet with IT professionals and industry gurus alike.
Information concerning GWAVACon, including registration can be found at www.gwavacon.com.
GWAVA is a worldwide leader in messaging security and archiving with strategic relationships with Microsoft, Novell, Kaspersky, Verizon Wireless and Research in Motion. Over 15 million users in 60 different countries use GWAVA solutions. GWAVA has offices in the U.S., Canada, Germany, and Australia and maintains a network of hundreds of authorized partners. Information on GWAVA can be found at www.gwava.com.
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