is a great opportunity for networking, sharing ideas and learning something new. It puts all those things into a nice package, where each item fits well with the other. Besides, it’s an excellent relief from the daily routine. A lot of innovative ideas get born when you mingle with your peers, customers and media folks.
What I really like about the conference is that the organizers offer a great variety of networking opportunities. Besides the intriguing keynote speeches
, you’ll be able to participate in special programs, including Evening in the Cloud
Evening in the Cloud
promises a lot for those who want to explore cloud computing and its benefits. You’ll find out how to leverage your existing IT investments best and take part in the “speed geeking” session, during which 6-minute demos pitches will be presented to win a virtual $1M from the audience.
The Enterprise2.0Conf “unconference” will be transformed into Enterprise2Open
, a relaxed discussion of topics offered by organizers Brian Magierski, Ross Mayfield and Susan Scrupski, as well as topics presented by the attendees. I’ve submitted a session proposal for this event, and I’m looking forward to the talk.
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. If your budget is really tight, the Enterprise 2.0 Conference still is a not-to-be-missed opportunity for you, as you can attend a number of events