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Timeline on session presentations being available

创建时间: 19 4 月 2010 • Updated: 26 8 月 2010 | 8 条评论
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Is there a timeline yet on when the session presentations will be available for viewing for conference attendee's?

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We just received the breakout session videos late this afternoon, I'll be loading them up tommorrow, throughout the day. 

So check back periodically at:

http://www.symantec.com/connect/vision/videos

Look for "Breakout" in front of the session titles:

Let us know what you think of the video breakouts. 

-Eileen
Online Community Manager

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The Vision team is working out the details as to where the conference materials will be made available.  I understand that it will either be on the
Symantec Connect site or on the Vision site. 

We should have an update soon.

Thanks,

-Eileen
Online Community Manager

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Will you also post the presentations from the sessions that weren't recorded?

Eileen 的图片

I'm not exactly sure what session materials will be posted.  I'll see  if I can do a little digging to find out what the Vision team has in mind.

Thanks,

Eileen
Online Community Manager

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For the sessions that were not recorded, the presentation materials will be available in the registration system (if you registere for the event, you can access those presentations) within the next few days.

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The presentations for ~90+% of the sessions are now available in the Session Catalog.

Thanks,
Kyle
Symantec Trusted Advisor

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Hi - It might just be me, but I'm having a hard time locating the right place to view and download the Breakout Session presentaitons (.ppt) files. I've logged into the main Vision sight and navigated to Event Info >> Tracks >> Session Catalog, but I do not see any links to the files.

Can you please share a link and/or instructions on where/how to access the downloadable presentations online?

Thanks!