We hope to see you at our upcoming San Francisco conference. But whether you join us or not, you can contribute to the keynote discussion by including questions in a comment on this blog entry. Or you can visit the panelists blogs and make suggestions to them directly. Below is the session description with links to the panel member’s bios and blogs or websites.
UPDATE: You can also now vote a list of questions we have put together. Voting also gives you a chance for a free conference pass to this or a future conference.
The opening keynote panel is open to both tradeshow and conference attendees.
Keynote Panel: New Technologies That Will Influence Your Content Management Strategies
The pace of information technology development continues to increase as organizations develop experience in implementing content applications, and as software vendors vie to incorporate their customer’s feedback into product technologies ahead of the competition. As most enterprise applications become more content-oriented, content technology developments are coming from a broader base of suppliers and developers. In fact, most interesting new computing technologies will, or should, influence your short and long term content management strategies. Our opening panel of industry experts will look at both specific technologies and market trends. This will be a lively interactive panel with plenty of debate.
Moderator: Frank Gilbane, Conference Chair, Editor & Publisher, The Gilbane Report — Blog
Dan Farber, Vice President, CNET Networks, Editor in Chief, ZDNet — Between the Lines Blog
Bill Rosenblatt, Editor, DRM Watch
Charlene Li, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research — Charlene’s Blog
Gene Gable, Gene Gable Industries
Tony Byrne, Founder, CMS Watch