Enterprise Virtual World BOF

February 17, 2010 at 3:44 pm | Posted in collaboration, virtual worlds | 1 Comment

Please let me know if others out there are interested in a “birds of a feather” teleconference on internal business use of virtual worlds.  I’ve had a request from a client (in the financial services space) to host such a session to hear what other companies are doing, thinking of doing, or are prevented from doing in virtual worlds.  This wouldn’t be a presentation, but rather a facilitated meeting where we go around the virtual room and ask what each participant’s company is doing with regards to enterprise virtual worlds and then go into more details.  One potential topic could be the importance of regulatory issues.  I believe we could handle anonymous participation.

Just reply to this thread or email me if interested.

Note: This is a cross-posting from the Collaboration and Content Strategies blog.


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  1. We would like to be involved, we think we can really shed some light on what people are really doing in Enterprise virtual worlds. It might surprise you – as the obvious ‘events and meetings’ – is not the killer application for business usage.

    Justin Bovington
    Rivers Run Red – the developers and owner of the agency behind ImmersiveWorkspaces.com

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