Conference Presentation Coming Up

February 21, 2007 at 3:42 pm | Posted in collaboration, Content Management, Internet/Browsers, portals | Leave a comment

I’m still typing frantically on my report on building portals in SharePoint and preparing for our upcoming workshop, but I thought I’d poke my head up for a minute to point you to a presentation I’m looking forward to doing in May in Las Vegas.  Details are below. Hope to see you there!

WHAT: The Shared Insights’ Portals, Collaboration and Content Conference
WHEN: May 22-24, 2007

The Shared Insights’ Portals, Collaboration and Content Conference

My presentation is:

Picking the Right Tool for the Job: E-mail, IM, Post or Publish
Wednesday, May 23, 2007, 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM
Presented By: Craig Roth, Vice President and Service Director, Burton Group
Information workers today are blessed with an abundance of communication and collaboration tools on their desktop, including e-mail, an intranet portal, wikis, instant messaging, shared workspaces and team rooms and the old-fashioned phone. Unfortunately, they do not always receive guidance to go along with this embarrassment of riches that would help them decide which tool to click on or when to use it. Instead, they often wind up selecting by convenience and familiarity rather than picking the best tool for the job. In this presentation, Craig Roth will discuss individual and enterprise guidance on how to find the right tool for the right job.Key Issues:

  • What kind of problems are information workers trying to solve today?
  • How do the communication and collaboration tools such as wikis, blogs, team rooms and e-mail fit with these needs?
  • How do I use enterprise policy and guidelines on channel and workspace selection to improve overall efficiency of information workers?

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