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Enterprise Connect Schedule Viewer

Schedule Viewer tool is designed to help you find the sessions and other functions you're looking for at Enterprise Connect 2023.

Check back frequently, information added daily!

In the column to the left, please look under PASS TYPE, and:

  • If you're planning to attend In-Person, please click "Entire Event Orlando", "Expo Plus Orlando" and/or "Tuesday-Thursday Orlando".
  • If you're planning to attend Virtually, please click "Entire Event Virtual" and/or "Expo Plus Virtual".

Click on session titles for full session descriptions. All times noted are in EDT.


Sheri Byrne-Haber Senior Staff, Accessibility ArchitectVMWare

Sheri Byrne-Haber is a prominent global subject matter expert in the fields of disability and accessibility. She is best known for launching digital accessibility programs at McDonald's, Albertsons, and VMware. Her most recent contribution to the accessibility field is an open-source tool called Crest, which allows users to automate some aspects of manual accessibility testing. With degrees in computer science, law, and business combined with identifying as a disabled person, Sheri has a complete 360-degree view of all the issues impacting disability inclusion and accessibility.

Sheri is the author of a popular Substack blog called "Access * Ability." She was also named a 2022 LinkedIn Top Voice for Social Impact and "2020 Author of the Year" by the UX Collective. Her blog, which has reached over 300,000 readers, summarizes legal cases and issues facing people implementing accessibility programs. Sheri is a frequent panelist and speaker at accessibility, UI/UX, and HR conferences and is an active member of several accessibility committees and non-profits, helping drive and communicate the evolution of accessibility standards.  Her book, entitled "Giving a Damn about Accessibility" is available for free at accessibility.uxdesign.cc