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This page has information on some of our past conferences, sponsored webinars that we are participating in, and other events that we sponsored and that offer discounts to our subscribers.


LISA's Global Strategies Summit 2006

The Localization Industry Standards Association's (LISA.org)
Global Strategies Summit 2006
26 - 30 June, 2006 The Roosevelt Hotel, New York City, NY USA
Gilbane Group members receive $300 off the regular full conference price. While non-members usually pay $1250 to attend this event, Gilbane Group members pay only $950 if you use the following URL to register.


Webinar: The Reality of Web 2.0: OReilly Medias SafariU Leads by Example

Wednesday, February 15, 2006, 2:00pm EST

Find out how O'Reilly Media expanded into the textbook publishing market by creating a custom publishing platform with MarkLogic Server. SafariU enables educators to produce more targeted, less expensive teaching materials. Leonor Ciarlone, senior editor for The Gilbane Report, who has documented O’Reilly’s journey in a full-length case study, will share her insight and findings, and you'll hear a firsthand account from O’Reilly’s chief information officer, C.J. Rayhill. See more details or Register today!


Webinar: Using XML for Product Information Publishing - The Road to Success at Siemens Medical Solutions

Wednesday, February 22, 2006 10:00am PST, 1:00pm EST

Join Astoria, SDL, and guest host Frank Gilbane, publisher of The Gilbane Report, for an online web seminar where you’ll hear: the latest trends in information management strategy, why DITA and XML Content Management are being adopted as industry standards, how to leverage global information management to optimize product information publishing processes, how an effective information architecture can help you reach global markets faster and easier. And from Tanner AG, the information architects, learn how Siemens Medical went from strategy to solution implementation to publish its 2,200 product operation and maintenance documents in over 22 languages.Find out more details or Register today


ETech - O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference


March 6-9, 2006, Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego, California

ETech, the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference, frames the ideas, projects, and technologies from innovators and lead users into a coherent picture to learn from and build on. ETech 2006 brings a thousand creative spirits and open minds together to dig into the idea of the "Attention Economy": How can we filter, access, visualize, and remix the immense amount of digital data now flooding our lives? The coming technical challenge is not about generating content, but doing something meaningful with it. Gilbane Report readers receive a 10% discount when they register using code ET06WHIR. Early registration ends January 16. http://conferences.oreillynet.com/etech/


DITA 2006 Conference

March 23-25, 2006, Raleigh, NC

DITA 2006 is the first annual gathering of DITA users, bringing together experts from around the globe for a three-day conference designed to help attendees leverage the Darwin Information Typing Architecture OASIS Standard. Produced by Bright Path Solutions. Gilbane Report readers who register online for DITA 2006 will enjoy $245 off the full retail event price.When registering online, enter discount code: GILBANE - http://conf.travelthepath.com/


Design IT Conference 2006: Strategy for Business Renovation with IT


April 11-12, 2006, Akihabara Convention Hall in Tokyo, Japan

The focus of this year's Spring DESIGN IT! Conference is “CMS and its Vast Potential for IT Design”. The main purpose of this conference is to explore the possibilities for integrating IT and design. This year's conference theme is Content Management (CM), and the conference will be structured around two highly related frameworks of Information Architecture and Interaction. Gilbane Report subscribers receive a 20% discount! Use discount code "DIT06SGI". Registration Office at the DESIGN IT! Headquarters, Sociomedia, Inc. Email. registration@designit.jp, Tel. +81-03-5206-6787, Fax. +81-03-5206-682


Gilbane San Francisco


Conference on Technologies for Content Applications
Conference on Enterprise Digital Rights Management

April 24 - 26, 2006, San Francisco, CA
Sheraton Palace Hotel

Our popular conference series returns to San Francisco with a greatly expanded collection of educational programs, including the addition of an entirely new conference, as well as new tracks focused on automated publishing technologies for design-critical content, enterprise search, and blog and wiki technology.

Highlights of Gilbane San Francisco include:

  • The industry's favorite Conference on Content Management Technologies covering web and enterprise content management technologies with more of the high-quality educational content we are known for than ever before.
  • New! - Two-day Conference on Enterprise Digital Rights Management.
  • New! - Track on Enterprise Search.
  • New! - Track on Enterprise Blogs & Wikis.
  • New! - Track on Automated Publishing for marketing managers.
  • Vetted Case Studies from the Content Technology Works Initiative.
  • In-depth tutorials taught by the experts who even other experts depend on.
  • Demonstration Pavilion - We have room for the top 65 -70 content technology suppliers to show you their latest products and features. Our exhibitors include the large well-known players, as well as lots of newer companies with great technology that you won't find at other industry events.

Content Management Track (CM). This track is for anyone authoring, managing, or delivering content of any type, for everything from small websites, to knowledge management intranets, to large enterprise content initiatives.

Registration is open!


The Gilbane Conference on Content Technologies for Government

A Conference for Business & Technical Managers in Cooperation with CMS Watch
The Ronald Reagan Building
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Washington, D.C., 20004
June 13-15, 2006

Worldwide, the volume of digital content doubles every 3 years. The ubiquitous management difficulties this presents have become particularly acute for the federal government. Federal websites, file systems, and e-mail repositories are bulging with content at a time when managers face unprecedented demands to share information across agencies and with business and citizens. Meanwhile, government agencies are paying greater attention to the longstanding challenges of archiving digital content and managing digital records. It is a propitious time to solve these problems. Content technologies for managing documents, web-based information, and records have grown in utility and sophistication. New technologies can enable searchers to find and retrieve information on a scale unheard of just 5 years ago. In the meantime, emerging standards in industry and government are supporting greater content exchange and systems interoperability. More importantly, a generation of federal managers has earned hard experience winning support and adoption for content technologies. They have learned that it takes much more than technology to effectively manage content. The Gilbane Conference on Content Technologies for Government will be chaired by Tony Byrne, founder of CMS Watch.

Learn more at the conference website.


Webinar: Using XML for Product Information Publishing - The Road to Success at Siemens Medical Solutions

Wednesday, February 22, 2006 10:00am PST, 1:00pm EST

Join Astoria, SDL, and guest host Frank Gilbane, publisher of The Gilbane Report, for an online web seminar where you’ll hear: the latest trends in information management strategy, why DITA and XML Content Management are being adopted as industry standards, how to leverage global information management to optimize product information publishing processes, how an effective information architecture can help you reach global markets faster and easier. And from Tanner AG, the information architects, learn how Siemens Medical went from strategy to solution implementation to publish its 2,200 product operation and maintenance documents in over 22 languages.Find out more details


Webinar: The Reality of Web 2.0: OReilly Medias SafariU Leads by Example

Wednesday, February 15, 2006, 2:00pm EST

Find out how O'Reilly Media expanded into the textbook publishing market by creating a custom publishing platform with MarkLogic Server. SafariU enables educators to produce more targeted, less expensive teaching materials. Leonor Ciarlone, senior editor for The Gilbane Report, who has documented O’Reilly’s journey in a full-length case study, will share her insight and findings, and you'll hear a firsthand account from O’Reilly’s chief information officer, C.J. Rayhill. See more details


Webinar: Gilbane Report, Idiom & Blast Radius on DITA


January 11, 2006 at 1:00 pm EST

The Gilbane Report's Bill Trippe joins executives from Idiom and Blast Radius to discuss real-world adoption of DITA in "DITA Directions: Topic-Oriented Single-Source Publishing for the Web and Beyond", a webinar on January 11 at 1:00 pm ET.


Finding The Added Value In Your Enterprise Content: A Conversation with Frank Gilbane & Andrew Pery

December 6, 2005 at 1:00 pm EST

In an increasingly competitive and rapidly evolving business climate, progressive organizations are seeking ways to leverage business content for competitive advantage and revenue opportunity generation. At the same time, organizations have to balance the need to compete and gain business advantage with increasing regulatory pressures. These regulations mandate that organizations track important records in a timely and efficient matter and maintain an overall transparency with respect to business content. Learn what the experts are recommending to help your organization take a proactive approach to solving business challenges while at the same time mitigating risk and complying with regulatory mandates. Access the archived recording Recording ID: C377S436


Gilbane Conference on Content Management Technologies

New Technologies & Best Practices
November 29 - December 1, 2005, Boston, MA


Pharma XML Labeling Conference

November 29th - 30th, 2005
Hyatt Regency Bethesda, Bethesda, MD

The October deadline for electronic submission of prescription drug product labeling information to the FDA in SPL format is nearly here. Find out what lies ahead for industry after SPL and PIM implementation from experts at PEA’s Pharma XML. Gilbane Report subscribers receive a 15% discount. To get the discount contact: Lisa Horton, Business Development Department, Pharmaceutical Education Associates/ Financial Research Associates, Direct Line: (704) 889-1284 M-F 9am. - 5pm. EST, lhorton@pharmedassociates.com, and mention priority code PMP031.


InfoWorld's SOA Executive Forum


November 7th-8th in New York City

Develop key SOA strategies at InfoWorld's SOA Executive Forum. Understand the benefits, challenges, and business implications to developing and implementing an SOA. Connect with business executives and senior technologists at InfoWorld's SOA Executive Forum, and be immersed in tactical sessions, case-study presentations from Fortune 500 customers, and networking receptions. Gilbane Report subscribers get a discount! Login to your account to find out how. Register at www.soaexecutiveforum.com



Content Management Live! with Mary & Leonor

Tuesday, Sept 6, at 1:00 pm EST

Join the Gilbane Report's Mary Laplante & Leonor Ciarlone in a discussion of Content Management Systems in a one-hour live radio broadcast hosted by mytechnologylawyer.com. Click on "Listen Live" to hear the session. Shows are taped and can be downloaded for replay.


Webinar - "Managing Enterprise Rich Media"

Thursday June 23, 2:00 pm EST

The Gilbane Report's Bill Trippe explains the critical role that rich media assets play in business communication and the associated requirements for a scalable enterprise platform to manage them. Sponsored by ClearStory Systems.


Gilbane Conference on Content Management Technologies

New Technologies & Best Practices

May 24 - 26, 2005 Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Webinar - "Meeting the Demands of Complex Content Applications"

Wednesday April 27 1:00 PM EST

The Gilbane Report's Bill Trippe and Jeroen van Rotterdam, X-Hive CEO, explain why component content management systems enable reuse that's flexible and can be adopted over time. Sponsored by X-Hive Corporation.


Gilbane Conference on Content Management Technologies

Gilbane San Francisco 05 banner

April 11 - 13, 2005, San Francisco, CA

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, or building Intranets, 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 creating it, searching for it, organizing it, transforming it, or sharing it. In San Francsico we will be focused on the following topics:

  • Content Management
  • Document & Records Policy, Governance & Compliance Management
  • Digital Asset Management
  • Authoring tools
  • Content Delivery
  • Enterprise blogs & wikis
  • Syndication & RSS
  • Enterprise Search
  • Knowledge Management
  • Collaboration
  • Enterprise Information/Content Integration
  • Content Technology Works™ (what's that?)

Conference Program


CM Professionals Spring Summit

April 11, 2005
Sheraton Palace Hotel, San Francisco, CA

Join CM Pros for their second Summit! Held in conjunction with the Gilbane Conference.
http://www.cmprofessionals.org/events/summit.html


Topic-Oriented Information Development and Its Role in Globalization

Tuesday, March 29, 2005, 1:00 PM EST

The Gilbane Report's Bill Trippe discusses the benefits that DITA-oriented, XML publishing brings to global enterprises like Information Builders, Inc. Idiom founder and CTO Eric Silberstein weighs in on other customer successes. Hosted by Idiom Technologies, Inc.


Webinar - Technical Integration of Taxonomies

March 18 at 2:00 PM EST

The Gilbane Report's Bill Trippe addresses XML integration in "Technical Integration of Taxonomies," fourth in a series of webinars presented by Earley & Associates.


DESIGN IT! Conference

February 28 - March 2, 2005
Nippon Seinen-kan (Gaienmae, Tokyo, Japan)

Achieving successful corporate reform amidst a constantly changing environment is an enormous challenge, and the vision to integrate the power of design and IT is essential for such reform. The DESIGN IT! Pre-Conference 2005 is a three-day conference held in Tokyo, Japan, that leads this vision towards integrating design and IT so that we can create a human-centered and people-friendly society. Gilbane Report subscribers get a 30% discount! Login to the subscribers section to learn more about discounts.


The Gilbane Report's Mary Laplante to Keynote DIA Summit

Wednesday, February 16
Drug Information Association
18th Annual Electronic Document Management Conference
Philadelphia Downtown Marriott

Title: Content Technologies in Practice: What Life Sciences Can Learn From Other Industries
Abstract: Companies in all industries face a number of the same challenges that characterize those in life sciencies, including regulatory compliance, global operations, complex workflows, mergers and acquisitions, and exponential growth in the amount of information that drives the business. Although not all problems have been solved by all companies, leading enterprises in other vertical markets are beginning to make progress towards solutions. This presentation draws on case study research and provides real-world examples of how new and better classes of technologies are being deployed to address the tough problems facing life sciences companies.


Join the Gilbane Report's Mark Walter at Adobe's Partners in Publishing Conference and Expo

January 20, 2005 - Marriott Marquis, New York, New York

Join Gilbane Senior Analyst Mark Walter at Adobe's one-day conference and expo, which will highlight the tools that make up the Adobe Publishing Platformincluding the Creative Suite and the brand-new Acrobat 7 and showcase the integration of Adobe technologies with a variety of third-party products. Mark will lead several panel discussions in the Management Track regarding ways to ensure a more efficient and ROI-based workflow in commercial book and magazine publishing environments. Speakers from Gruner + Jahr, Houghton Mifflin, Prisma Presse and other firms will share their perspectives on key issues, such as integrating DAM with publishing workflows, support for XML in the Creative Suite, and approaches to ROI. The day will also feature technology previews of improvements to the Creative Suite and demonstrations of innovative applications that leverage Adobe technologies to provide automated server-based publishing.


Topic-Oriented Information Development and Its Role in Globalization

A Webinar with Idiom, The Gilbane Report, and Information Builders

Wednesday, January 19, 2005, 1:00 EST

In this joint online event, senior editor and analyst Bill Trippe from The Gilbane Report examines how Information Builders, Inc. (IBI) leverages DITA-oriented, XML publishing to meet their customer's needs. Learn from IBI documentation services director Frances Gambino as she discusses the success factors behind the company's enterprise-scale globalization initiative. And hear from Idiom founder and CTO, Eric Silberstein, an expert in the area of XML and DITA global publishing. Hosted by Idiom Technologies, Inc.


Content Technology Works Webinar - HP's Content Globalization

Thursday, December 9, 1:00 pm EST

Join the Gilbane Report's Mary Laplante and Alison Toon from Hewlett-Packard Company in a webinar on content globalization. Learn how HP populates its global websites with product content in 26 languages with a centralized enterprise globalization architecture  that reduces costs, increases revenues, improves customer satisfaction, and enhances HP's brand value. Sponsored by TRADOS.


Gilbane Conference on Content Management Technologies


Download a PDF brochure for this event.

New Technologies & Best Practices

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

Join us in Boston this Fall for our newest 3-day conference! more info...

Direct link to conference program


CM Professionals Summit

November 30, 2004
Westin Copley Boston, MA, USA

Join your peers at CM Pros for the first "CM Summit" meeting. Participate in professional, peer-led discussion and networking sessions and learn more about CM Pros -- how you can participate, and how the association can benefit you.

CM Pros will meet in Boston, Massachusetts, USA on Tuesday, November 30, 2004 in association with the Gilbane Conference on Content Management Technologies.

Professionals working in any dimension of managing electronic content are encouraged to attend. Patterned on other similar community summits, the day will focus on peer interaction to help develop and propagate best practices, as well as offer ample opportunities for professional networking. A content management specialist will facilitate each session. The sessions will be interactive meetings with no formal presentations and no vendor pitches. We hope you will join us in Boston. Sign up today and receive a $150 discount on the Gilbane Conference equal to your CM Pros membership and Summit fee.


Content Technology Works Webinar - The Publishing Paradigm and Enterprise Content Integration

November 18, 2004 at 2:00 pm EST

Join the Gilbane Report's Mary Laplante and Howard Roth, consultant to CMP Media, in a webinar that describes how CMP launched a new online licensing service that expands market reach and increases revenue. An enterprise content integration solution was key to leveraging CMP's existing publishing infrastructure for rapid and cost-effective deployment. Hosted by Context Media.


XML 2004 Conference & Exhibition


Monday, November 15-19, 2004 - Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, D.C.

XML is used in applications running the gamut from content management and databases through publishing to web services, transaction management, and e-commerce. It's used as the format for describing music and graphics as well as purchase orders and technical documentation. The only conference to tie all these uses together, as well as to inform attendees of the latest news and information from the standards world, is the XML series of conferences. Gilbane Report subscribers get a $100 discount! Enter "Gilbane" for the reference code when registering. www.xmlconference.org/xmlusa


Gilbane Report's Frank Gilbane Keynotes INTRACOM 2004

Tuesday, November 10, Palais des congrès de Montréal

Frank Gilbane will deliver the opening keynote at the The Association des Professionnels en Intranet's (API) 5th annual International Intranet conference in Montreal. For additional information see http://www.intracom2004.com/.


Gilbane Report's Mary Laplante Participates in AIIM Program Featuring Randy Kahn

Thursday, September 23, Chicago

The Gilbane Report's Mary Laplante participates in an AIIM program featuring Randy Kahn. Hear compliance expert Randy Kahn, co-author of information Nation - Seven Keys to Information Management Compliance. Registration and buffet lunch will start at 11:30am. The program will start at noon with a Q&A panel and Networking from 1:15 to 2:00.


Content Technology Works Webinar - IDX Systems Corporation Case Study

Tuesday, August 24, 11:00 am EDT

The Gilbane Report's Mary Laplante is joined by Sue Wear and Susan Boor of IDX, a leading healthcare information technology supplier. Learn how IDX improved quality and customer satisfaction with a single-source ECM initiative that consolidates processes and infrastructure across documentation, training, and customer support. The seminar is hosted by Vasont Systems.


Seybold San Francisco 2004


August 16-19, 2004 - Moscone West, San Francisco

In 2004, Seybold SF introduces a conference program format that focuses on continuing education for professionals in the four key aspects of content creation and publishing: Creating content, Publishing content, Marketing content, and Managing content. No matter where you are in the publishing process, you'll find the continuing education you need at Seybold SF. Gilbane Report Subscriber receive a $200 discount!


Content Technology Works Webinar - Meredith Corporation Case Study

Thursday, July 29 at 3:00 PM EDT

Join the Gilbane Report's Mary Laplante and Meredith Corporation's Director of Publishing Services Bob Furstenau at a Gilbane Content Technology Works webinar to learn how Meredith's Creative Library enables the company to increase revenues and decrease costs. The Creative Library is an enterprise digital asset  management solution that serves as a resource for Meredith's many publishing and marketing businesses. The seminar is hosted by Artesia Technologies. 


Extreme Markup Languages 2004

August 3-6, 2004 - Hotel Europa - Montreal

Extreme is a technical conference devoted to markup, markup languages, markup systems, markup applications, and software for manipulating and exploiting markup. Papers at Extreme this year discuss: Topic Maps; Overlap; Querying XML; RDF; XSLT; quality assurance, error correction, and error prevention in XML documents; Ontologies; XML software; and case studies from government, industry, and academia. Gilbane Report Subscribers get $100. discount! http://www.extrememarkup.com


IQ Boot Camp - Optimize Your Website

28 June - 9 July, London

iQ Content's learning events offer private and public sector organisations the opportunity to maximize their web potential. Choose from 10, one-day workshops covering essential aspects of web optimisation, including accessibility, usability, web writing, email newsletters, intranet strategy and online marketing. Workshops are strictly limited to 12 places and feature expert instruction, interactive exercises, extensive tools and resources and peer-to-peer networking. Gilbane Report subscribers receive a 10% discount!


Webinar: Cross-Media Publishing and the Core Capabilities for Success

Thursday, June 24, 11:00 am EDT

Join the Gilbane Report's Mary Laplante and Vasont's Bret Freeman for a free Webinar.

A robust content management solution is essential for simultaneous publishing in print, web, and CD formats. It enables a single-source approach that increases productivity, reduces costs, and enhances customer satisfaction by delivering consistent, accurate content. While requirements differ across vertical markets (a spare parts catalog is different from online course materials for e-learning, for example), there is a need for a core set of capabilities for single-source publishinig that is common across all markets. What are those core capabilities, and how are companies leveraging them to solve the hard problems associated with cross-media publishing? Learn the answers to these and other questions in this free seminar that illustrates single-source publishing concepts with real-world examples of proven success.


Gilbane Content Management 1-Day Conference at Seybold

April 19, 2004, Amsterdam RAI Centre

Join us for our second annual 1-day intensive content management conference, held in conjunction with Seybold Amsterdam 2004.

The Gilbane Report is able to offer a special 10% discount off the current Platinum Passport rate. The Platinum Passport includes access to all conference sessions, intensives and tutorials, as well as access to the Pavilion area. If you register before 26 March, your 10% off will be applied to the discounted early registration rate of €795 (€895 after 26 March) 19% VAT will be added at time of registration. To receive your 10% discount off the Platinum Passport.

See the conference program.


Enterprise Content Integration (ECI): A New Imperative for ECM

April 8, 2004, 2:00PM EST
Brought to you by The Gilbane Report and hosted by Venetica

ECI is clearly getting a lot of attention lately. Recent announcements from Documentum, Hummingbird and FileNet send a clear message that outspoken proponents of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) recognize the value and importance of ECI to the enterprise. The reality is that customers need to integrate critical content across the enterprise to maximize the potential of their business-critical initiatives. What is ECI? What is it good for? How should it fit into your content strategy? The Gilbane Report will address these issues in this timely webinar.

Agenda:

  • ECM and ECI: Consolidate as much as possible, but no more than that - 30 min.
    Sebastian Holst, Senior Editor of The Gilbane Report
  • Using ECI to Achieve Customer Service Excellence - 15 min
    Jake Sorofman, Director of Product Marketing, Venetica
  • Q&A

Gilbane Conference on Content Management: LA


Westin Bonaventure, Los Angeles, CA - March 24-26 2004

The Gilbane Conferences on Content Management cover content management technologies and enterprise solutions and provide educational information for IT managers, system architects, and technically oriented business and project managers. Our conferences focus on both content technology and successful case studies. All our events include tracks on content technology that is strategic to all industries and IT infrastructures, as well as sessions that provide an in-depth look at application specific solutions. Our Los Angeles event this year will look closely at technology and solutions for managing two types of rich content: data rich content, for example, information associated with complex products found in aerospace and defense, electronics, pharmaceutical and biotech, etc., and media rich content, such as digital assets used in training, brand marketing, and media applications. Gilbane Report subscribers receive a special discount. Login to the subscribers-only section for details! Program information.


The tenth annual Documation 2004

Download a PDF brochure for this event.

March 16 & 17, 2004 — CNIT Paris La Defénse

Chaired by Frank Gilbane, the Documation conferences are attended by senior IT decision makers in large companies looking for innovative solutions and wishing to keep up with the latest technologies. Last March, more than 400 delegates including CIOs, project managers, software architects, e-business managers, etc. attended the conference. Topics covered include: content management, Enterprise Information Portals, document management, knowledge management, web publishing and multi-channel delivery, e-catalogs, search and categorization, document and information security, digital rights management, XML standards and technologies. www.technoforum.fr/docu2004/index.html


3rd Annual XML for Financial Services Conference

January 26-28th, 2004, Flatotel, New York City

The 3rd annual conference focused on the use of XML in financial services applications will cover how emerging XML industry standards, including XBRL, FpML, FIX, MDDL, SOAP, and SAML will facilitate efficient exchanges of information critical to communication and the infrastructure of the financial industry; how to implement FIX and XML to improve communication and efficiency, unlock the value of market data and solve data integration problems with MDDL, improve distribution of content, information and services to clients and share and distribute customizable information. Gilbane Report subscribers receive a $200 off the early bird price!


"Holst in Horst" Content Technology Trends Seminar

January 15, 2004 "Kasteel van Horst" (Wagenhuis), Holsbeek, Belgium

Join Gilbane Report Senior Editor Sebastian Holst as he discusses "Content Technology Trends: Secrets for survival and success" at this seminar hosted by Amplexor and Pro Text as Pro Text approaches its tenth anniversary.


Content Technology Works!™: "Content Categories That Work"

December 16, 2004, 12:30pm EST

The first in our new series of Content Technology Works webinars. Learn how three companies, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Mattel and Unisys, make sense of the content technology world for the benefit of their organizations, partners and customers.


Financial Communications Forum 2003

December 15 - 16, Sheraton Boston Hotel

Learn to use all of your investor communications as marketing and customer loyalty tools at The Financial Communications Forum - a conference specifically focused on improving communications for the mutual fund, brokerage, banking, insurance, and retirement services industries. Gilbane Report subscribers receive a $100. discount! Enter "gilbane" when asked for the source code on the registration form.


XML Conference & Exhibition 2003

December 7-12, 2003 - Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority

The largest annual XML event, XML Conference & Exposition 2003 is the event where management and technical professionals from business, government, and other organizations gather to review the latest technologies, applications, and services that exist for the XML community. XML 2002 focused on "Putting the Pieces Together". XML 2003 will concentrate on the best practices of using XML. Sharing how a dash of imagination, a dollop of creativity, and up-to-the-minute skills can build a compelling, interactive system for your company. XML 2003 takes on as its theme this year "Now We're Cooking" . Gilbane Report subscribers receive a $100 discount!


Gilbane Report Tutorial on the State of the Art in XML Content Management

December 7, 2003 - Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA (at the XML 2003 Conference & Exposition)

XML is one of the most important technologies for any kind of information management today. It is important for data applications and critical for content applications. Application integration requires content and information integration, and XML facilitates the sharing and management of both. XML is also key to building applications that assemble and deliver content to multiple media channels such as the web, mobile devices, as well as paper media and CD-ROMs. But how, specifically, should businesses use XML for applications that manage content? What methodologies make sense? What strategies have early adopters used and which have been successful? Join Gilbane Report Senior Editor Bill Trippe for this day-long session to get an overview of current approaches to XML-based content management, and incorporate the lessons learned from case studies presented by guest speakers who have implemented solutions. Prerequisites: Background in XML and content management, including a basic understanding of XML terminology, concepts, syntax, and related standards.


DIA Electronic Document Management Workshop

October 23-24, Aioi Sonpo Shinjuko Hall, Tokyo, Japan

Join the Gilbane Report's Sebastian Holst for his keynote address on "Managing and Protecting Our Information Assets" at the Drug Information Association's Electronic Document Management Workshop in Tokyo.


The Gilbane Conference on Content Management

September 9-11, 2003

Our annual conference on content management systems, technologies, trends, and "best practices" at Seybold San Francisco was held September 9-11. Join us next year as we gather the "Who's Who" in the industry together for two days of vendor-neutral discussion, debate, analysis, and knowledge-sharing, combined with a special content management pavilion for demonstrations and product education.


Documation France 2003

documation france 2003

March 17-19, Paris
CNIT La Defénse

The ninth edition of Documation France, chaired by Frank Gilbane, covered all aspects of information management technologies including: Content Management, Enterprise Information Portals (EIP), Document Management, Knowledge Management, Web Publishing & multi-channel delivery, e-catalogs & e-commerce, Personalization & Categorization, Document & Information security, and XML Standards & related technologies. The Documation conferences are attended by senior IT decision makers in large companies looking for innovative solutions and wishing to keep up with the latest technologies. Last March, more than 400 delegates attended the conference, mostly IT professionals in large corporations: CIO, project managers, software architects, e-business managers , etc. There were 120+ exhibitors showing content management products. http://www.technoforum.fr/docu2003/index.html


XML & Content Management Webcast

Monday, March 3, 2003 and ongoing

ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber interviews Frank Gilbane on the role of XML in content management. (This includes streaming video, so you'll want a high speed connection.) http://webevents.broadcast.com/ZDwebcast/xml/index.asp?loc=6


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