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Review and discuss hot trends in technology today with students from UT's Graduate Business Technology Group

11/11/2014
When: 11/11/2014
5:30 PM
Where: Etter-Harbin Alumni Center
Stadium at 2110 San Jacinto Boulevard, Austin, TX 78712
Contact: Laura McCanlies


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SIM members and friends,

Back by popular demand: Please join us on Nov 11th, 5:30-7:30pm as we review and discuss hot trends in technology today with students from UT's Graduate Business Technology Group and Management Information Systems Association. 

SIM members will facilitate round-table discussions on a variety of topics. Maybe we'll devise a solution to a vexing issue, apply innovative thinking to old problems or come up with additional applications of current technology trends.

As we saw last year, the discussion is sure to be lively, the technologies compelling, and the company engaging. We hope you can participate! Please RSVP at your earliest convenience. Thank you.

Attached is a Gartner article on current trends up for discussion: http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2867917

The Etter-Harbin Alumni Center is located across the street from the Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium at 2110 San Jacinto Boulevard, Austin, TX 78712. 25 parking spaces will be available for SIM members in the Alumni Center garage, which is under the building. Additional parking is available at the San Jacinto garage (closest) or other garages located on the attached map. 

Etter-Harbin Alumni Center information (includes link to a map): http://texasexes.org/about/location.aspx

Note: The Graduate Business Technology Group (GBTG) is an MBA student organization at McCombs School of Business, providing educational, career, and networking opportunities for students who are interested in the high-tech sector or business areas that are strategically impacted by information technology. The Management Information Systems Association (MISA) is a professional,academic, philanthropic and social organization composed of undergraduate students interested in careers relating to Information Technology at McCombs School of Business

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