ASUG Virtual Education Summit FAQ
Q: How much does it cost?
A: Attendance at the Summit is included as part of your company's membership. No additional out-of-pocket costs to you or your company, no matter how many individuals choose to attend.
Q: Can non members attend too?
A: Yes. To ensure the entire SAP ecosystem has access to the 150+ education sessions, we have opened the event up to non members as well. This is their opportunity to test drive an ASUG event.
Q: Can I still register?
A: Of course! Just follow this link. You may register prior to, or anytime after the event begins.
Q: How does one participate in the event as an exhibitor?
A: Dave Burnell at 312.673.4809 is the sponsorship sales contact. Please let him know of any potential sponsors or exhibitors.
Q: What are the system requirements?
A: For the best experience, you should have at least:
- Pentium 4 or Macintosh G4
- A T1 or T3 Internet connection
- Firefox 3.x or IE7+
- 1GB RAM
The minimum system requirements are:
- Flash Player 9+
- A broadband Internet connection
- Firefox, IE or Safari Browser
- Pentium 3
- 512MB RAM
- Windows XP or Higher
- Mac OSX or Higher
The minimum computer screen dimensions are:
- 4:3 aspect ratio: 1024x768 (length by width)
- 16:9 aspect ratio: 1360x768 (length by width)
Q: Do I need to download any special software to attend?
A: Likely not. The event will run successfully through most Web browsers (see above). You may be prompted to download various media players during the event, depending on which content items you choose to view.
Q: What am I supposed to do once I log in on the day of the Summit? I have not participated in a virtual event before.
A: Explore and spend some time getting acclimated to the online environment. Locate the exhibit halls, find the Community booths of interest to you, and see who the exhibitors are. And don't miss the keynote presentation "Capitalizing on the Advantages of The New Reality" by the President of SAP North America, Rob Enslin on September 9 at 9:30 a.m. CDT.
Q: Will I be able to pose questions to presenters during or after their educational sessions?
A: Yes. Sessions are scheduled to last approximately 45 minutes of the 60 minutes allotted. Most presenters will participate in real-time Q & A chat following their scheduled presentations.
Q: Where do I find help during the event?
A: Help desks will be on-screen, where you can chat live with ASUG or technical assistants about how to navigate the event. You can also