UBM TechWeb Announces Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara, Registration Now Open
Business and IT Professionals Will Gather in the Heart of Silicon Valley to Learn How to Use Collaboration Tools to Transform Business
Jul 19, 2010
The Enterprise 2.0 Conference, produced by UBM TechWeb, today announced it has opened registration for the event happening in Santa Clara at the Santa Clara Convention Center, November 8-11, 2010. Focused on the theme Driving Business Value with Enterprise 2.0, the event will hone in on how customers are using Enterprise 2.0 to enable more efficient, agile and highly productive workforces. To register and for more information visit: http://www.e2conf.com/santaclara/.
The Enterprise 2.0 Conference is the leading event for companies looking to transform their business through social computing and the adoption of Web 2.0 collaborative tools and technologies. The agenda takes a holistic approach to the goal of driving business value, offering practical steps towards successful Enterprise 2.0 initiatives, including:
-- Building a Business Case and Developing a Strategy for Execution -- Review and Analysis of the Latest Tools, Applications and Platforms -- Driving Adoption and Organizational Change -- Understanding Key Enterprise 2.0 Technologies -- Social Media, Community Development and Customer Engagement -- Analytics and Metrics for Success
"Now in our sixth year, we are excited about the second edition of the West Coast Enterprise 2.0 Conference taking place in the heart of Silicon Valley," said Steve Wylie, Enterprise 2.0 General Manager. "Santa Clara provides the perfect setting to further discuss the 2.0 tools and strategies that can help organizations thrive in today's market place. The event will specifically address the key value propositions Enterprise 2.0 has to offer -- zeroing in on business objectives to drive performance and efficiency with actionable steps and solutions to bring value to your business."
The Enterprise 2.0 Conference program spans four days and will offer workshops, keynotes and breakout sessions, as well as an Expo Pavilion featuring the top 2.0 tools and technologies, and a Launch Pad program presenting innovative start-up companies changing today's enterprise landscape. Event sponsors include IBM, Microsoft, Novell, Spigit, Jive, BlueKiwi, and Universal Mind.
About The Enterprise 2.0 Conference
The Enterprise 2.0 Conference explores the integration of Web 2.0 technologies in the enterprise, from both strategic and tactical perspectives. This Conference and Expo Pavilion focuses on the tools and techniques that best leverage the technical, productive and social aspects of IT and workgroup environments to build a cohesive collaboration strategy and empower a connected workforce. For more information visit: www.e2conf.com.
About UBM TechWeb
UBM TechWeb, the global leader in technology media and professional information, enables people and organizations to harness the transformative power of technology. Through its three core businesses - media solutions, marketing services and paid content - UBM TechWeb produces the most respected and consumed brands and media applications in the technology market. More than 14.5 million business and technology professionals (CIOs and IT managers, Web & Digital professionals, Software Developers, Government decision makers, and Telecom providers) actively engage in UBM TechWeb's communities and information resources monthly. UBM TechWeb brands includes: global face-to-face events such as Interop, Web 2.0, Black Hat and Enterprise Connect; award-winning online resources such as InformationWeek, Light Reading, and Network Computing; and market-leading magazines InformationWeek, Wall Street & Technology, and Advanced Trading. UBM TechWeb is a UBM company, a global provider of news distribution and specialist information services with a market capitalization of more than $2.5 billion.
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