Enterprise 2.0 Conference 2008

Enterprise 2.0 ConferenceBoston, MA plays host to the 2008 Edition of the Enterprise 2.0 Conference [sorry, the “http://enterprise2conf.com/” link doesn’t work, anymore, in December 2019], presented by United Business Media.

As most companies are still wondering how they can tap into the whole web 2.0 paradigm shift, you can lead the evolution by attending this event which is held from June 9 to 12, at the Westin Boston Waterfront.

Over 1,000 IT and business leaders are expected to learn how enterprise 2.0 can make businesses more agile, connected and responsive while being exposed to case studies of those who make the whole 2.0 thing work wonders for various uses, today.

This year’s topics include:

  • Social networking in business;
  • Microblogging and Twitter;
  • Enterprise mash-ups;
  • Enterprise RSS and syndication;
  • Developing a next generation workforce;
  • Socializing search;
  • Making the right video conferencing choice;
  • Software as a service (SaaS);
  • Security for enterprise 2.0;
  • Office 2.0;
  • Presence;
  • Unified communications;
  • Integrated collaboration platforms;
  • Enterprise mobility.

So there’s a lot of ground to cover but IT and business leaders should learn a few very interesting things about the way the web can yield much better results than the already oldish way of doing things.

Make sure to swing by the Demo Pavilion [again, the “http://enterprise2conf.com/exhibition/demo-pavilion.php” link doesn’t work, anymore] where roughly 100 established industry leaders as well as hot start-ups will be featuring their latest enterprise 2.0-ready products and services.

Tags: enterprise 2.0, web 2.0, conference, boston, ma, evolution, web, interactive, leaders, start-ups, saas

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