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SightLine 2018 offers two days of sessions, Oct. 23rd and 24th, designed to provide you with tools you can use to take your business to the next level. Spanning various technology levels and formats, these sessions deliver context and clarity into emerging technologies, manufacturer products and applications, and business strategy.

Which session is for me?

Each of the sessions has a series of more specific features to help you determine which sessions are for you. Below, you'll find the session key that explains the level, type, and takeaway icons that appear near each abstract to help ensure you get the most out of your SightLine experience.

Session Audience


A Demonstration session showcases a specific product, solution, or technology concept in action, providing a more in-depth understanding of how it works.
[Ideal for Network Admin and Techies]


A Discussion session is interactive and revolves around dissecting and discussing technology trends and concepts. 
[Ideal for both the "Doers" and the "Thinkers"]


A Hands-on session give participants an experiential learning opportunity to get their hands dirty with the products and projects being covered, typically your personal pc is required for an optimum experience.

[Ideal for Network Admin, Techies, and Doers alike]

Strategy Session Tracks

 A Strategy session is designed to educate on technology best practices and applications, helping organizations capitalize on their benefits, today, tomorrow, and into the future.
[Ideal for C-Suite and Business Owners]

Technical Levels


A 100 level session provides introduction to a solution or concept to level-set on today's hottest topics and industry trends.


A 200 level session is more advanced and builds on a solution's foundation to help you maximize its results.


A 300 level session provides a deep dive into technology to outline how change can be mastered and opportunities can be seized.

 Session Takeaways


Papers are persuasive, authoritative, in-depth report on a specific topic that presents a problem and provides a solution.


Guides are content offers that are procedural in nature and spell out the steps involved in completing a task or project in short and long form. 


Tools are resource that the participant can engage with and apply their information/situation to, resulting in a better understanding of the potential value of a solution.