Oracle OpenWorld: Enterprise 2.0 Quick Guide

With over 40 scheduled sessions, 14 live demos and 9 hands-on labs, this year's Oracle OpenWorld conference is expected to provide unprecedented insight into Oracle's content management, portal and collaboration offerings.

This year's conference, which will take place in San Francisco September 19-23, will include a special focus on the recently released Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite 11g, which delivers extreme performance, scalability and next-generation content management capabilities. Additionally, attendees will see the latest innovations in Oracle WebCenter Suite 11g.

"Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco provides a first-hand opportunity for customers & partners to participate in a dynamic information-sharing environment that connects people, products and trends at the leading edge of business and technology," says Vince Casarez, Vice President of Enterprise 2.0 Product Management. "We are excited for attendees to discover how next-generation content management and portal technologies from Oracle are helping organizations enhance their business processes and increase employee productivity."

Five Don't-Miss Sessions

  1. Oracle's Strategy & Vision for Enterprise Portals
    (Mon, Sept 20 at 11am; Marriott Marquis, Salon 7)
    This session explores the future of modern portals and user experiences, including planned innovations in Oracle WebCenter Suite. The session examines how a modern portal framework makes new breakthroughs possible -- including delivery of all kinds of content within the context of relevant tasks, from desktop applications to mobile devices.
  2. Beyond Oracle Content Management 11g, Where Are We Headed?
    (Mon, Sept 20 at 12.30pm; Marriott Marquis, Salon 7)
    Now that we've arrived at the highly anticipated Oracle Content Management 11g release, what's next? Come to this session to hear where Oracle enterprise content management is headed.
  3. One Click to Add Web Content Management to Your Existing Web Application
    (Tue, Sept 21 at 2pm; Marriott Marquis, Salon 7)
    It is now possible to easily add market-leading Web content management capabilities to your existing Web applications -- without having to rewrite your application in a new framework. This session reveals how the Site Studio feature of Oracle Universal Content Management 11g makes it possible.
  4. True Multichannel Usage: Extending the Reach of Oracle WebCenter Spaces
    (Wed, Sept 22 at 10am; Marriott Marquis, Salon 7)
    Find out how Oracle WebCenter Spaces allows users to access and interact with relevant information from their favorite Desktop tools and mobile devices. They can even use Desktop tools like Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Outlook, working seamlessly with server-side information without having to leave their preferred environment.
  5. Enterprise 2.0 for Applications: Composite Applications and Managed Documents
    (Wed, Sept 22 at 11.30am; Moscone West L3, Room 3018)
    Learn how Oracle enterprise content management products can help optimize document-centric business processes across ERP, HR, finance, and CRM applications. Use Oracle WebCenter to create composite applications that enable single-entry access to multiple, related applications -- including the ability to share related content and collaborate with stakeholders.

Be sure to view the Focus On Guide: Enterprise 2.0 for all Enterprise 2.0 related activities at Oracle OpenWorld 2010.

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Looking forward to it!

Posted by Geoff Garcia on September 13, 2010 at 05:18 AM EDT #

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