"Join us March 13th as Rob Koplowitz from Forrester Research reviews the developing Web 2.0 strategy and defines some policies and standards. He will also talk about the consolidation of wikis and Web 2.0 technologies in regards to consolidating the data to better harness the knowledge. He will cover the state of enterprise Web 2.0 markets and trends. He will share use-case examples of wikis and will cover some ROI metrics as well as discuss innovative licensing and distribution models (i.e. SaaS model) and extranet advantages. Koplowitz will talk about the integration between wikis, with other enterprise IT systems, i.e. SharePoint. Finally, Koplowitz will touch on risk management, mitigation, policy control and security implications.
Jeff Brainard from Socialtext will give a brief overview of Socialtext and provide some key unique
differentiators. He will also share about some customer use-cases and touch on some tips-n-tricks to a successful wiki adoption."
Si vous êtes un professionnel du web en quête de visions d'avenir, peut-être devriez vous vous inscrire (très vite !) à la conférence WEB'3 2007 organisée par Loic Lemeur les 11 et 12 décembre prochains à Paris.
Le programme est pléthorique et le rythme trépidant !
Chapeau Loïc : pour avoir aussi organisé des évènements publiques internationaux, je salue la performance :)
Liste indicative des sujets abordés :
Web 2.0 - The Dark Side
Persistent communication and its impact on being social:
Making your information social
Why books and school lectures still exist
What is social about design
The Internet's impact on design
Technology's impact on corporate culture
Storytelling and technology - evolution of society
Personalization 2.0 ...3.0 ... the projection of personal image
Social Media: Is it killing our society ?
Bringing social to software: Radical change is coming. Are we ready ?
Beyond compression and access to discovery - the new frontier
A Music 2.0 Debate: Where do we go from here?
Who needs musicians?
A Debate: Casual vs. Serious Games
Disruption and Innovation
Is there reality to a virtual world economy?
Mobility, Multimedia and the Consumer's Impact
Making things personal...investing
Why we need to blow things up
Why Enterprise 2.0...isn't
Defining today's innovation: A recap of the start-up competition
Internet pollution and how to stop it
Interface Design and user Experience
New and improved biological methods for data transfer
Turning the tables: What happens when the users are in charge
Rattling the Cage - a conversation with a disruptive entrepreneur
An environmental rift - where technology fits in
A generational rift - What's happening with technology leadership?
Social networks tackling social issues - a session in partnership with UNHCR
The technology that makes it all work - a showcase of Google Maps & Analytics
The Digital Society - Towards Participatory Culture
Digital Media: The Future, a workshop discussion
Evolution of social networks - how old school is becoming new
Virtual worlds: Real infrastructure
Breaking the status quo - building a business designed for disruption
User generated content - an asset to drive disruptive technology adoption
The small screen goes big time - television evolved
Monetization in the Web 2.0 world
Mobile and web convergence
Citywide Wi-Fi - The Challenge and the Promise
Open talk about OpenSocial
Par Fabrice Poiraud-Lambert