Industry Analyst Debate:
Rita Knox, Research VP, Information Infrastructure, Gartner, Inc.
Rachel Happe, Research Manager, Digital Business Economy, IDC
Rob Koplowitz, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
Tony Byrne, Founder, CMS Watch
Leonor Ciarlone, Lead Analyst, Gilbane Group
Content management is more important than ever. But even as organizations are working to get their hands around rapidly growing and increasingly diverse collections of content, new web technologies are providing opportunities to create, manage, share, and deliver richer content more easily, sometimes cheaper, and often quicker.
This does not (usually) mean you need to "rip and replace" your existing systems - "content management" is not simply an application, but a strategy that employs a wide range of tools and practices that complement each other. The challenge is to figure out what works and what doesn't, and what works together. What are the successful combinations of web content management, enterprise search, text analytics, social computing, infrastructure, etc. This year we'll focus on helping you move beyond the mainstream content technologies you may be used to, to enhanced "2.0" versions.
Join the discussion with industry experts from leading technology, enterprise IT, analyst, and consulting firms who will keep you engaged and educated on the latest successful strategies, technologies and techniques so you can ensure your organization doesn't get left behind.
Topics to be covered in-depth include:
Web Content Management (WCM)
Enterprise Search, Text Analytics, Semantic Technologies
Collaboration, Enterprise Wikis & Blogs
"Enterprise 2.0" Technologies & Social Computing
Content Globalization & Localization
Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
Enterprise Rights Management (ERM)
Publishing Best Practices
XML Content Strategies
The Gilbane Conference - San Francisco
The Westin Hotel San Francisco, June 18 - 20, 2008
Wednesday - June 18 - 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday - June 19 - 10:00 am - 2:30 pm