Enterprise Web 2.0

Event Info

Mon 13 Jun, 2011 from 12:30pm - 4:30pm
Microsoft UK
(Cardinal Place), 100 Victoria Street
London, SW1E 5JL, UK (Map)
Cost: FREE but registration required


How is business value realised using enterprise web 2.0 and cloud technologies? How exactly do such tools promote productivity and innovation?

In turn, how does collaboration take root in organisations? Will it be a smooth transition or do we have a bumpy road ahead?

Join us for an afternoon at Microsoft's Victoria offices in London, to discuss and gain insight into the expanding space of corporate social networking and social software.

This free half-day event at includes two keynote talks, a launch presentation for CIMA-sponsored research into collaborative tools and technologies in the workplace, and a panel discussion featuring leading Enterprise 2.0 experts and practitioners from BT, Microsoft, Huddle, BAE Systems, Broadsight, Manchester Business School and more.

Free event but booking essential. * Buffet lunch included *


Dennis Howlett - Advisor and blogger at ZDNet US and AccMan
Charles Ravenhill - Business Intelligence project manager & applications developer, BAE Systems
Bian Salins - Head of Social Media Innovation, BT
Alan Patrick - Co-founder, Broadsight and blogger, Broadstuff
Zuzanna Pasierbinska-Wilson - VP of Marketing, Huddle
Andrew Fryer - IT Pro Evangelist, Microsoft UK
Dr Heba El Sayed - Lecturer, Manchester Business School
Chris Westrup - Senior Lecturer, Manchester Business School

Event blogs:
Enterprise 2.0 event - speakers blogs on CIMAsphere

Monday 13th June 2011, 12:30 - 16:30

Microsoft London (Cardinal Place), 100 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5JL, UK.

Free but registration is required. Go to: http://www.cimaglobal.com/enterpriseweb

Organised by: CIMA in association with Microsoft, UK.

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