Friday, April 11, 2008

Colin White, Conference Chair of E³ presents: The Importance of Enterprise 2.0

We’d like to invite you to attend the web seminar The Importance of Enterprise 2.0 presented by Colin White, the chair of the Enterprise³ Conference. Colin White will be our featured speaker. Register to view the webinar on Thursday, April 17, from 2:00 to 3:00 pm eastern standard time.

About the presentation:
Enterprise 2.0 approaches are changing the way organizations create, publish, and share information. Used wisely, Enterprise 2.0 can provide significant improvements to both the business and IT. Deploying Enterprise 2.0 techniques and technologies, however, requires careful planning. This Web seminar presents a status report on Enterprise 2.0 and reviews best practices for its implementation.

What you will gain from attending this web seminar:
-Introduction to Enterprise 2.0
-How your business can benefit
-Developing an enterprise strategy

About the Speaker: Colin White, Founder and President BI Research Colin White is well known for his in-depth knowledge of leading-edge business intelligence and business integration technologies and how they can be integrated into an IT infrastructure for building and supporting the Smart Business. With over 35 years of IT experience, he has consulted for dozens of companies throughout the world and is a frequent speaker at leading IT events. Colin has co-authored several books and has written numerous articles on business intelligence and enterprise business integration. He is currently conference chair for the Institute for International Research’s Enterprise³ Portals / Collaboration / Web Conference and writes regular columns for both DM Review and the B-Eye-Network.

Click here to register today!

The Enterprise³ event is taking place May 19th through the 22nd at the Hilton in San Diego, California. To learn more about the event, visit its website here.

1 comment:

Toby Ward said...

I'm looking forward to attending and sitting in on Jarod Gingras's panel on Facebook and the Enterprise! Speaking of Portals and Web 2.0... you might be interested in my most recent article: "Intranet Portals Die, Evolve & Move to Web 2.0"