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Gold Sponsors:

EMC Documentum

GMC Software document management

Interwoven Content Management

Open Text collaboration and content management

stellent content management

Workshare Content Change Applications

General Conference Sponsors:

Conference Bag Sponsor

Coffee cup sponsor

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Media & Association Sponsors:

Business Wire

Event News via Business Wire/Virtual Press Office

CMS Watch  

 eContent Magazine  

Gilbane Report



Integration Consortium EAI EII ECI


Transform Magazine

Web Services Journal

XML Journal

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Why our conferences are different

We have been analyzing content technologies since the early 80s when we began advising all members of the content technology community on what content technology was, how it could be used for enterprise business applications, and how content and computing would evolve.

Because we are strictly neutral with regard to vendors, analysts, enterprises, and consultants, we have been able to maintain a constant dialog with each group, all of whom are our customers, and all of whom we have learned from. Our conference content is carefully designed by us to ensure the focus is on what you need to know to successfully plan and implement content technology solutions. Conference content is not based on the latest buzzword, specific product releases, the need to sell analyst reports, or a need to supplement an exhibit floor.

Our conferences are designed to foster interaction between all stakeholders in the content technology community, with the ultimate goal of increasing the successful implementation and deployment of content technology.

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See what happened at our Spring content management conference in LA


The Gilbane Conference on Content Management Technologies

The annual Gilbane Boston conference now has its own site at

November 30 - December 2, 2004
Westin Copley Place, Boston, MA

2004 Boston Conference Program

Exhibitors               Speakers

Everybody knows they need “content management”. Content management technologies are now mainstream and need to be part of all major enterprise applications, and integrated into IT architectures and infrastructures. But what does that mean? To some people content management is all about web publishing, to others it means managing multiple, perhaps all, types of unstructured data. Still to others, the term might be associated with a particular aspect of managing information, such as searching for it, organizing it, transforming it, or sharing it. We have organized our Boston conference into six tracks that are focused on the most critical components of content management. Attendees can immerse themselves in specific areas directly related to a project, or gain a broad understanding of all the relevant technologies in order to design a well-informed content strategy for an enterprise or department. The tracks are:

  • Content Management
  • Document & Records Policy & Management
  • Digital Asset Management
  • Enterprise Search, Knowledge Management & Collaboration
  • Enterprise Information/Content Integration
  • Content Technology Works

Also, find out about the new CM Professionals Summit to be held in conjunction with the conference.

The Content Technology Works Track features case studies evaluated as part of the Content Technology Works (CTW) Program, an industry initiative to assess, document, and distribute hype-free case studies and best practices in content technology.
CTW partners include:




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