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COLLABORATE12 - April 22-26, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

With tighter budgets, managers are challenged with being more "thrifty" with their training dollars.  Recognizing the need to provide quality group training at manageable costs, IOUG once again offers ‘Plug-in to Vegas,’ a low cost, virtual group training approach that offers your organization the right level of training at the right price depending on your organization’s business needs.

What plugging in gets you

  • Group training* that gets your team unlimited seat access to Oracle education with no associated travel and lodging expenses
  • Virtual interaction with a wide-range of speakers and subject-matter experts
  • Selection from about 40 hours of live, quality streaming content (selected by popular choice) that run concurrently throughout the main event
  • Choice of two sessions for almost all session times
  • Archived, on demand access to video/audio proceedings post-event

*While group set-up provides the highest return on investment, virtual access can also be set-up at the individual level.

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How it works

  1. Register for your group seat license.
  2. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation along with detailed instructions on virtual set-up.
  3. Anytime before the event, you and/or your employee(s) selects their session curriculum from the virtual program.**
  4. While you and/or your employee can access the virtual program individually, for highest return on investment, it is recommended that employers reserve a conference room or specific location prior to the event, allowing for multiple employee access.

**Note: Sessions range from 30-minute and one-hour sessions.

Unique offer for Oracle Virtualization SIG members and partners: Enter Priority Code AP03 by April 6 to be entered into a drawing for a $200 Mandalay Bay gift card, which will only be drawn from the pool of Virtualization SIG attendees who use this code.

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