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ACM CHIMT 2011 – Call for Poster submissions


The ACM  Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction for Management of IT
(CHIMIT, http://chimit.acm.org/ ) is the leading forum for discussing
topics on IT management with a focus on people, business, and technology.
This year’s CHIMIT is going to be held on Dec.4-5 in Boston, collocated
with LISA.  The symposium program will include one day of technical
presentations and papers followed by a one-day workshop in conjunction with
the LISA 2011 conference.


The deadline for Poster submissions (2-page extended abstract)  is coming
up on September 8.  See the topics below for the suggested scope of
submissions.  The CHIMIT Posters page ( http://chimit.acm.org/cfp/posters/)
contains the submission details.


Submission topics include, but are not limited to:
      User studies of IT infrastructure management in context, exposing
      user needs, pain points, work practices, and examples of both
      successful and unsuccessful work.
      Design – approaches to bring about improved, human-centered IT
      systems.
      Experience reports by practitioners and researchers.
      Case studies on specific aspects of IT management.
      Experimental studies on the usage of new or existing IT systems.
      Tools and techniques for improved administration, e.g.,
      visualizations of system behavior, or collaborative interfaces.
      Automation approaches to reduce administration workload or improve
      productivity.
      Computer supported cooperative work – how do those who manage an
      organization’s IT interact with the users they support, their
      technical community, and other stakeholders?
      Organizational knowledge – how can shared knowledge improve IT
      management.
      Processes and practices – examples of best practices and improved
      processes in IT management.
      New technologies – how will the changing technological landscape
      (e.g., cloud computing, pervasive mobile devices, etc.) affect IT
      management?
      IT beyond the enterprise – what are the implications now that we’re
      doing backups, network configuration, etc. in the home?


Please direct any questions or comments about poster submissions to CHIMIT
Posters Chair Tamara Babaian ([log in to unmask]).



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