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TSM Symposium 2015 – Dresden

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The 12th edition of the well known European TSM Symposium was announced a while ago. This time the theme is “Tivoli Storage Manager: Promising Future”.

From the TSM Symposium 2015 website:

The TSM Symposia cover a wide variety of Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) related topics and particularly thinking about Benefit from Innovation for new and changed functionality expected to come in TSM over the next couple of years. The well-established TSM-Symposium is hosted by Guide-Share-Europe and the University of Cologne. It will take place from Tuesday 22th September 2015 to Friday 25th September 2015 in the Westin Bellevue Hotel in Dresden, Germany.

It will have been two years since the last symposium in Berlin and there will be plenty of TSM related topics to talk about.


All of the above sounds just great. And from my own personal experience, I can tell you it really is. I did attend every TSM symposium since 2007 and always learned some new things, met peer professionals, hanged out with TSM people and had a good time. Registration has not opened yet, but I’m sure that because of heavy sponsoring as usual, this event will be reasonably priced.

Obviously, because it is almost a year from now, the call for papers has not opened yet either. so if you want to contribute (papers or presentation) to this event, keep an eye on the TSM Symposium 2015 website.

To be kept up to date with information, you can subscribe by sending a mail to tsm2015-interests-join (at) uni-koeln.de

—- Tommy Hueber

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