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Gearing up for Lotusphere 2008

Get details about the tracks, sessions and keynotes taking place at this year's IBM Lotusphere 2008 conference in Orlando, Fla.

The IBM Lotusphere 2008 conference will take place in sunny Orlando, Fla., from January 20 to January 24. Details are still somewhat limited, but you are able to check out what the current agenda looks like.

The 15th annual IBM Lotusphere event will kick off on Sunday -- which is Business Development day -- and will include jumpstart sessions, hands-on sessions and an evening welcome reception.

As was the case last year, Lotusphere 2008 will be broken down into five different learning tracks:

There will be two live opening general sessions, so that everyone will have a chance to experience the launching of Lotusphere 2008 live and in person. In accordance with the two opening general sessions, this year IBM will introduce LotuSalon 2.08. LotuSalon 2.08 will be your chance to meet and interact with fellow Lotus Notes Domino professionals that are all there to help answer your and each other's questions.

This year, the two keynote presentations will be given on Tuesday and Wednesday of the event, with the first centering around Unified Communications and the second on Social Software.

Word on where the party will be still hasn't been heard. But we're all making our conjectures in the Friends of Lotusphere group on Facebook. Join us there to talk more about gearing up for the conference -- and see you in Orlando!

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