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Collaborative Technologies Conference, New York, 20-22 Jun 2005

From CTC web site: "The Collaborative Technologies Conference program is the one place to learn about all the elements of a collaboration strategy and how to implement that strategy within your company. The conference program will focus on three tracks of content to help you navigate through the collaboration strategy decisions facing your company. Whether you want to learn the benefits of using collaboration tools, need to explore the challenges of implementation, want to find the hottest collaborative technologies for your company, or all three, you'll find the education you need at CTC 2005."

The conference will be held in New York on 20-22 Jun 2005. All conference sessions are listed at http://www.ctcevents.com/ataglance/

-- PeterThoeny - 31 May 2005

I will be participating in two panels moderated by EugeneKim:

Panel 1: Open Source Collaboration Solutions

We have heard so much about how Open Source is developed using collaboration, but what about the impact of Open Source on the collaboration tool marketplace itself? Are there Open Source alternatives to commercial collaboration tools? Is Open Source changing the market dynamics of collaboration and how can corporations benefit from these changes?

Panel 2: Who Needs IT? Simple Lightweight Applications You Can Use on Your Own

This session is targeted at business managers who may need a simple ad hoc solution either as a complement to or in the absence of IT supported applications, as well as IT managers who want to learn from their users behaviors. End users are often the people most likely to introduce collaborative technologies into the enterprise, often without the knowledge of IT or their business managers. The session will demo six to eight lightweight targeted applications and services that are commonly used now by teams and small businesses and discuss how companies can learn from grassroots users to leverage their best practices throughout the enterprise.

For the "Lightweight Applications" panel I will have 4 minutes to demo some TWikiApplications. What is short and makes an impact? Please let us know your suggestions in this topic here. See also related TWikiPresentation11Aug2005Feedback.

-- PeterThoeny - 31 May 2005

I am invited to participate in a third panel:

Panel 3: Blogs and Wikis: Emergent Collaboration in the Enterprise

How can these popular Web publishing tools be used for business collaboration? This session looks at some examples of successful uses of blogs and wikis in business, both sanctioned and rogue efforts, and discusses how to integrate these emergent technologies with a larger collaborative strategy.

I am still looking for some cool applications I could demo. Please let us know here if you got an idea, or an actual app.

-- PeterThoeny - 14 Jun 2005

I agree its hard to see cool applications. They are mostly dispersed through the Sandbox web and TWiki lacks a library/method/culture of sharing them. I'd suggest TWikiNewsPortal but I've not seen it.

-- MartinCleaver - 15 Jun 2005

For panel 3, each speaker has 15 minutes to present. My presentation will be posted at StructuredWikiPresentation20Jun2005.

-- PeterThoeny - 17 Jun 2005

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