The Gilbane Report and Lighthouse Seminars announced that the Gilbane Conference on Content Management will take place November 29th – December 1st at The Westin Copley Place in Boston, Massachusetts. This annual event brings together thought leaders and practitioners to provide attendees with actionable advice, techniques, best practices, and case studies to help successfully implement content technologies critical to their businesses. Because of the need to apply content technologies throughout enterprises, the variety of business applications involved, and the diversity of relevant content technologies, the conference program is organized by categories of job function, rather than by technology. The tracks include a: Content Managers Track (CM), Content Technologists Track (CT), Marketing Managers Track (MT), Business & Compliance Managers Track (BC). In addition to our four job-function tracks a special track presents and examines case studies that have been evaluated as part of the Gilbane Content Technology Works Program. The emphasis is on all aspects of successful implementations. The conference has three dynamic keynote panels: “New Technologies You Need to Consider for Content Management Strategies”, moderated by Frank Gilbane, with Jon Udell, Lead Analyst, InfoWorld, Coach K. Wei, Founder and CTO, Nexaweb, Jean-Philippe Gauthier, General Manager, Sympatico/MSN, and Bob Wyman, CTO and Co-founder, PubSub; “Blog, Wiki, and RSS Technology – Are they Enterprise Ready? Applicable? Or a Passing Tempest in a Teacup?”, moderated by Frank Gilbane, with David Berlind, Executive Editor, ZDNet, Ross Mayfield, CEO, Socialtext, Inc., Bill Zoellick, Senior Analyst, The Gilbane Report, and Charlie Wood, Principal, Spanning Partners, LLC; and “Enterprise Panel on Best Practices & Implementation Strategies”, moderated ny Mary Laplante, VP Consulting Services, Bluebill Advisors & Sr. Editor, Gilbane Report, with Pat Tiernan, Vice President of Content and Product Data Management, Hewlett-Packard Company. https://gilbane.com,

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