Thursday Nov 15, 2012

Becoming a Certified Information Professional

Yesterday, we participated with AIIM in a webinar about the Certified Information Professional (CIP) program that they are now offering.  The interest level is very high in the program, as evidenced by the high turnout at the event.


You might be asking yourself, what does the Oracle WebCenter team care about an AIIM certification program? Well, we sponsored this program because we consistently find that the more educated our customers and prospects are, the more value they are going to get out of the technology we provide.  As an ECM vendor, we provide plenty of WebCenter product training and certifications to help you make the most of WebCenter technology. While these are essential and valuable, technologists that also have an operational command of the business and the various impacts that the flow of information can have are even more valuable to an organization.


Thinking about the management of content and information and its effect on business process can have wide-ranging benefits, not only to your company but to your personal bottom line.  And let's be honest, a customer who is looking holistically at how content is managed is going to see more opportunities to leverage that content and in many cases, this will motivate the purchase of additional product licenses.  

Now if you are regretting the fact that you missed the webinar yesterday, never fear!  It is now available for playback and you can view it at your convenience by visiting the AIIM website.


We hope you find it informative and that you can personally profit from being able to showcase your certification as an Information Professional. Additionally, we hope it will help you identify additional opportunities to leverage Oracle WebCenter in order to further reduce your operational costs and drive your business forward.

Tuesday May 22, 2012

SOCIAL BUSINESS AND INNOVATION

Oracle Social Business Thought Leaders Webcast Series

Are you losing sleep at night staring at the ceiling wondering about:

How content management and Enterprise IT are being changed by social technologies?

How social technologies are being used to drive innovation and transform processes?

What the implications of this transformation are for information professionals?

Of course you are!  

Worry no more! Tune in this week and hear John Mancini present his industry-changing views on these topics and others as our series of Social Business Thought Leaders Webcast Series continues its momentum as thousands have viewed our topical thought-provoking free webcasts.

John Mancini, President, AIIM

SOCIAL BUSINESS AND INNOVATION

John Mancini, President, AIIM

Date: Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 10:00 AM PDT

Moving from Records to Engagement to Insight — AIIM President John Mancini discusses the factors that are driving organizations to think more strategically about the intersection between content, social, and process. Join us for this webcast to hear how content management and Enterprise IT are being changed by social technologies and how those technologies are being used to drive innovation and transform processes.

REGISTER HERE

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John F. Mancini joined AIIM in May 1996. AIIM helps organizations find, control, and optimize their information. AIIM's activities are organized into 3 areas: 1) training; 2) B2B marketing support services; and 3) research. Prior to joining AIIM, Mancini spent 11 years in various positions at the American Electronics Association in Washington, D.C., most recently as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. He has also served as Executive Director of the Foundation for Public Affairs.

Mancini is a frequent speaker at meetings and conferences throughout the world on various topics including the content management marketplace and E20 technologies. Contact him if you are looking for a keynote for your next meeting. Click on this link -- http://www.slideshare.net/jmancini77/info360-keynote-by-aiim-president-john-mancini -- for an example of a previous keynote on Disruptive Technologies. Some other recent "mini topics" (that can be expanded into broader presentations...) The Facebook Dilemma, The Mobile Exigency, The SharePoint Paradox, The Shutterfly Effect, and The Black Swan.

Mancini holds a bachelor's degree from the College of William and Mary and a master's degree from Princeton University. Mancini blogs under the title Digital Landfill (http://www.digitallandfill.org), tweets as jmancini77, can be found as jmancini77 on LinkedIn and Facebook. and is the creator of the "8 things" series. He is the author quite some time ago of a children's book, Will's Christmas List, which has sold literally tens of copies.

Thursday Mar 29, 2012

Taking AIIM at Social

Christian FinnToday we are pleased to have a guest post from Christian Finn (@cfinn).  Christian is Senior Director of Product Management for Oracle WebCenter and heads up the WebCenter evangelist team.

Last week I had the privilege of speaking at AIIM’s new conference in San Francisco.  AIIM, for those of you not familiar with it, is a global community of information professionals and got its start with ECM and imaging long ago. With 65,000+ members, AIIM has now set about broadening its scope to focus more on the intersection between systems of record (think traditional ECM) and systems of engagement (think social solutions).  So AIIM’s conference is a natural place to be for WebCenter types like me, who have a foot in both of those worlds.

AIIM used to have their name on a very large tradeshow, but have changed direction now to run a small, intimate conference.  The lineup of keynotes was terrific, including David Pogue of The New York Times, Clay Shirky, author of Here Comes Everybody, and Ted Schadler, author of Empowered among many thought-provoking and engaging speakers. (Note: Ted will soon be featured in our Social Business webcast series. Stay tuned.)

John Mancini and his team at AIIM did a fabulous job running the event and the engagement from the 450 attendees was sustained over the two and a half days.  Our proudest moment was having three finalists up for AIIM awards including: San Joaquin County, CA, for a justice case management system using WebCenter Content and Oracle BPM; Medtronic and Fishbowl Solutions for their innovative iPad solutions on WebCenter Content, and the government of Louisville, Kentucky/Jefferson County for their accounts payable solution using WebCenter Content’s Image & Process Management.  The highlight of the awards night was San Joaquin winning the small organization award against some tough competition.

In addition to the conversations sparked at the show, AIIM promoted the whitepapers their industry task forces have produced on the impact and opportunities created by systems of engagement and systems of record. The task forces were led by: Geoffrey Moore, the renowned high tech marketing guru and author of Crossing The Chasm; and Andrew McAfee, who coined the term and wrote the book, Enterprise 2.0. (Note: Andy will also be featured soon on the Social Business webcast series.)  These free papers make short, excellent reading and you can download them on the AIIM website: Moore highlights the changes to Enterprise IT that the social revolution will engender, and McAfee covers where and how organizations are finding value in using social techniques to foster innovation, to scale Q&A across the organization, and to connect sales and marketing for greater efficiency and effectiveness. Moore’s whitepaper is here and McAfee’s whitepapers are available here.

For the benefit of those who did not get a chance to attend the AIIM conference, I’ll be posting the topics of my AIIM presentation, “Three Principles for Fixing Your Broken Organization,” here on the WebCenter blog over the rest of this week and next in a series of posts.  

Wednesday Feb 29, 2012

Social Business and Innovation

I promised on Monday a follow up post from John Mancini on his thoughts of the AIIM/Oracle Social Business Seminar series. Please find John's insights below -- we welcome any comments you might have!


John Mancini By John Mancini, President of AIIM

I will admit to breaking one of my cardinal February travel rules when Oracle asked me to speak at the Social Business seminar series - don't travel to anyplace very far north in February.  But whether thanks to global warming or just the serendipity of an unusually warm winter, I can say that the weather for my 4 cities in 2 weeks Oracle tour (Toronto, Washington, Atlanta, and Minneapolis) was uneventful (except for a short flare-up in Minnesota).  While the weather was uneventful, the content was anything but. 

My focus was on three factors that are driving organizations to think more strategically about the intersection between content, social, and process: 1) How are content management and Enterprise IT being changed by social technologies? 2) How are social technologies being used to drive innovation and transform processes? and 3) What are the implications of this transformation for information professionals?  The presentation link is here.

In order to have long-term impact, social technologies must ultimately drive Systems of Engagement (http://www.aiim.org/futurehistory).  They must ultimately be incorporated into the fabric of an organization and link back to the core processes and information repositories that drive the business.

At each event, an Oracle executive shared their perspective on the changing nature of customer, partner, and employee engagement, and the repositioning of Oracle's offerings under the WebCenter umbrella to tap into these engagement opportunities. Ultimately, the impact of social technologies on organizations is not the technologies per se, but how they impact customer, employee, and partner behavior.


On the employee and partner side, the key questions to think about are: How do social technologies improve productivity? Increase retention? Improve customer service? Improve accountability?

Some of the core questions to think about relative to the impact of social technologies on customers are whether and how they drive them to do the following:
  • Purchase your products more quickly
  • Purchase more of your products
  • Recommend your products
  • Share feedback with you
  • Spend more time and attention with you

John Mancini is President of AIIM (http://www.aiim.org) and blogs under the title "Digital Landfill".   He is an active participant on multiple social networks (usually as “jmancini77”), and is the author of a series of "8 things you need to know" e-books.

Monday Feb 27, 2012

Oracle/AIIM Social Business Seminars: Wrap Up

John ManciniKellsey Ruppel

Last week we wrapped up the Social Business Seminar series with AIIM. I had the opportunity to host the event in Minneapolis and of course it hasn't snowed at all this winter, and we happened to get a nice “snowstorm” the night before -- perfect for driving in from Wisconsin. Good thing my Jeep has 4 wheel drive, as I wasn't going to let a little snow get in the way of what shaped out to be a day filled with interesting discussions and conversations around social business. John Mancini, president of AIIM, kicked off the day with a talk on Social Business and Innovation – focusing on how we are moving from systems of record to systems of engagement to innovation. John is going to be guest posting later in the week with his thoughts, so be sure to check back!

After John set the stage, I gave a presentation on how you can solve the innovation challenge with WebCenter. I talked in depth of the key trends today that we see impacting us as consumers, our expectations and how we do business. It was really interesting to see some “ah ha” moments and head nods as we tied this whole idea of social business together – and how important it is to have the proper technology to do so.

Jim Freeland of Medtronic and Jason Lamon of Fishbowl Solutions rounded out the day with an overview of how Medtronic is using WebCenter to enable their sales teams to access information on the iPad. Back in 2010, Medtronic was the largest commercial user of the iPad, and it was neat to see how WebCenter provides the technology that is ultimately helping in Medtronic’s mission of alleviating pain, restoring health and extending life. If you want to get more details on what Medtronic is doing, you can hear directly from Jim in the video below!

I would highly encourage you to attend an event like this or others that Oracle puts on. You can’t beat the interaction and discussions and the chance to network with your peers. We are hoping you’ll join us in the Conversations!

Tuesday Jan 24, 2012

AIIM and Oracle Extend Social Business Seminar Series

Oracle and AIIM are announcing the next five events in the Social Business Seminar series. The first of these events took place in New York and Los Angeles. The results were great – the session evaluations rated the sessions as 5 out of 5. And folks hung around after to chat and network.

What we are finding is that the sessions are sparking lots of conversation. Folks are asking what it means to be a social business, what the benefits are, and how it is achieved. A recent analyst number said that 41% of companies have already implemented an enterprise social software solution. So people are comparing approaches, technologies, policies – and evaluating their approach for their next phase.

Dan O'Leary and Atle Skjekkeland at the AIIM/Oracle Social Business Seminar in Los Angeles.

Much of what is presented is based upon AIIM research and the experiences of Oracle customers. This combined approach gives a nice mix of empirical and anecdotal data, theory and reality. And by bringing them together we can hone in on where they are converging to see the full picture.

This examination of social business addresses many departments (Sales, Marketing, HR, Supply Chain) as well as many requirements (innovation in product development, responsiveness, access to knowledge), helping to optimize not only information access but to identify new ways to create information, make decisions, and publish results.

The AIIM/Oracle Social Business Seminar is coming to five more cities:

Location

Date

Speakers

To Register

Toronto

Feb 9

John Mancini, President of AIIM; Howard Beader, Sr. Director of WebCenter Product Marketing; Brian "Bex" Huff of Bezzotech

Click here or call 1.800.820.5592 ext. 10177

Washington DC

Feb 15

John Mancini, President of AIIM, Christian Finn, Sr. Director Product Management at Oracle, and Troy Sanchez of Mythics

Click here or call 1.800.820.5592 ext. 10181

Atlanta

Feb 16

John Mancini, President of AIIM; Christian Finn, Sr. Director Product Management at Oracle; Troy Allen of TekStream

Click here or call 1.800.820.5592 ext. 10186

Minneapolis

Feb 21

John Mancini, President of AIIM; Kellsey Ruppel, WebCenter Product Marketing at Oracle; Jim Freeland of Medtronic (courtesy of Fishbowl Solutions)

Click here or call 1.800.820.5592 ext. 10176

Thursday Nov 10, 2011

Oracle WebCenter - Well Connected

An good post from Dan Elam on the state of the ECM industry (http://www.aiim.org/community/blogs/community/ECM-Vendors-go-to-War) . For those of you who don’t know Dan, he is one of the major forces in the content management industry. He founded eVisory and IMERGE Consulting, he is an AIIM Fellow and a former US Technical Expert to the International Standards Organization (ISO), and has been a driving force behind EmTag, AIIM’s Emerging Technologies Group. His post is interesting – it starts out talking about our Moveoff Documentum campaign, but then it becomes a much deeper insight into the ECM industry.

Dan points out that Oracle has been making quiet strides in the ECM industry. In fact, analysts share this view Oracle, pointing out Oracle is growing greater than 20% annually while many of the big vendors are shrinking. And as Dan points out, this cements Oracle as one of the big five in the ECM space – the same week that Autonomy was removed from the Gartner Magic Quadrant for ECM.

One of the key things points out is that Oracle WebCenter is well connected. WebCenter has out-of-the-box connections to key enterprise applications such as E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, Siebel and JD Edwards. Those out-of-the-box integrations make it easy for organizations to drive content right into the places where it is needed, in the midst of business processes. At the same time, WebCenter provides composite interface capabilities to bring together two or more of these enterprise applications onto the same screen. Combine that with the capabilities of Oracle Social Network, you start to see how Oracle is providing a full platform for user engagement.

But beyond those connections, WebCenter can also connect to other content management systems. It can index and search those systems from a single point of search, bringing back results in a single combined hitlist. WebCenter can also extend records management capabilities into Documentum, SharePoint, and email archiving systems. From a single console, records managers can define a series, set a retention schedule, and place holds – without having to go to each system to make these updates.

Dan points out that there are some new competitive dynamics – to be sure. And it is interesting when a system can interact with another system, enforce dispositions and holds, and enable users to search and retrieve content. Oracle WebCenter is providing the infrastructure to build on, and the interfaces to drive user engagement. It’s an interesting time.

Wednesday Nov 09, 2011

Attend the AIIM/Oracle Executive Social Business Seminar in Los Angeles

Attend an Exclusive Seminar on Social Business

AIIM/Oracle Executive Social Business Seminar

Learn How Social Business Can Improve Operational Performance and Drive Innovation

Act Now

Request your complimentary invitation by contacting Oracle at +1.800.820.5592 ext. 9949

The seminar will be held at:

Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles
Weds., November 30, 2011
10 a.m.–2 p.m. (includes lunch)

Business executives worldwide are using social collaboration technologies with employees, customers, and partners to dramatically improve operational flexibility and responsiveness, driving business growth and innovation.

For the last three years, AIIM and Oracle have analyzed how 65,000 community members are using social technologies. At this seminar, you’ll hear the latest research findings conducted with MIT Professor Andrew McAfee and 18 industry thought leaders.

Get valuable information that you can apply to your business, including:

  • Use cases for social technologies in sales and marketing, innovation and product development, and organizational responsiveness and knowledge
  • How companies such as Alcatel Lucent, Land O’Lakes, Balfour Beatty, and Canadian Partnership Against Cancer have implemented systems that are driving collaboration with employees, customers, and partners
  • The advantages of Oracle’s social business platform, Oracle WebCenter

You’ll also have the opportunity to network with early adopters and thought leaders regarding best practices and strategies.

Agenda

10:00 a.m. How Social Business Is Driving Innovation
Presented by Atle Skjekkeland

11:00 a.m. Solving the Innovation Challenge with Oracle WebCenter
Presented by Brian Dirking

12:00 noon Lunch and Networking
Table Discussions on Case Study Challenges

1:00 p.m. Strategies for Success Case Study—Alcatel Lucent
Presented by Keste

1:45 p.m. Final Remarks

Register Now

Contact Oracle at +1.800.820.5592 ext. 9949

Presented by:


Atle Skjekkeland

COO, AIIM

Brian Dirking
Principal Product Director, Oracle

In association with our partner


Thursday Sep 08, 2011

Don't Miss Today's AIIM Social Business Virtual Conference!

Oracle is a proud sponsor of today's AIIM Social Business Virtual Conference. What is a Social Business Virtual Conference? It's an opportunity to hear from thought leaders on the state of social business, and how they see organizations taking advantage of this new way of working.

  • What types of business processes can benefit from using social technologies?
  • Are records and information managers able to achieve meaningful governance in a social world, or are they just getting in the way?
  • Will conventional content and process management applications be able to adapt to a new generation of always on, always connected information workers?
  • How can you develop an effective social business strategy?


One of the things we are most excited about here at Oracle is how many of our customers have embraced social business and how they are seeing results. In Andy MacMillan's session at 12:30 PM EDT, Today's Successful Businesses are Social Businesses, you will see how companies are actually transforming into social businesses. Some examples are internal changes, some are externalizing their social business model and creating communities with their customers and partners. The results are spectacular. Better engagement, more innovation, and better loyalty among both customers and employees. 


Here is a video of one customer we will not profile in the event, but you can see how they are working together better using Oracle WebCenter.

With our customers, we see organizations where collaboration is taking place in the context of business processes. With Oracle WebCenter, you have access to your business processes and your enterprise applications integrated with your tools to engage. Often when folks are in the midst of a business process, they turn for expertise on making a decision. This might be to look up more information in a content repository, or to find an expert for input. With Oracle WebCenter, searching, expertise location, instant messaging and other tools are right there so you can decide and take action quickly. It's the only product that has integrated social business with enterprise applications and business processes. 

Monday Aug 29, 2011

Oracle WebCenter: The AIIM Social Business Virtual Conference

Oracle is a proud sponsor of next week's AIIM Social Business Virtual Conference. What is a Social Business Virtual Conference? It's an opportunity to hear from thought leaders on the state of social business, and how they see organizations taking advantage of this new way of working.

One of the things we are most excited about here at Oracle is how many of our customers have embraced social business and how they are seeing results. In Andy MacMillan's session at 12:30 PM EDT, Today's Successful Businesses are Social Businesses, you will see how companies are actually transforming into social businesses. Some examples are internal changes, some are externalizing their social business model and creating communities with their customers and partners. The results are spectacular. Better engagement, more innovation, and better loyalty among both customers and employees. 


Here is a video of one customer we will not profile in the event, but you can see how they are working together better using Oracle WebCenter.


With our customers, we see organizations where collaboration is taking place in the context of business processes. With Oracle WebCenter, you have access to your business processes and your enterprise applications integrated with your tools to engage. Often when folks are in the midst of a business process, they turn for expertise on making a decision. This might be to look up more information in a content repository, or to find an expert for input. With Oracle WebCenter, searching, expertise location, instant messaging and other tools are right there so you can decide and take action quickly. It's the only product that has integrated social business with enterprise applications and business processes. 

Monday May 09, 2011

Oracle at the AIIM Roadshow

We've been taking part in the AIIM roadshow events this month. Last week we were in Houston and Dallas, presenting our session "How to Transform Your Business by Connecting People, Processes and Content." This session tends to spark a lot of interest as people try to understand how they can take their enterprise social, and how they can ensure that they use best practices to do it, so their content is secured and how it can be leveraged for reuse.

Tomorrow we are in San Francisco, and Thursday we are in Bellevue. Next week wraps up with Denver and Anaheim. Come by and see us if you have a chance.

Monday Apr 18, 2011

Automating Content Migration Projects

Amongst all the great sessions we saw at Collaborate 11, Stefan Andreason, CTO and Founder of Kapow Technologies did a presentation on their migration technology. Kapow has been running a number of migrations into Oracle Universal Content Management. One client, NetApp, is using this to migrate from a homegrown website to an Oracle Content Management website. Amith Nair of NetApp will be present on this project at the AIIM Golden Gate chapter event on April 21st.

There were two points about the presentation that really impressed me about the Kapow solution. First, the level of automation that Kapow's technologies provide. Stefan showed how a user can setup a process and then the tool takes over by automating the process - discovering content, and then opening Oracle Universal Content Management, filling in metadata fields, and checking content in.

The second thing that impressed me was the level of understanding of Oracle UCM and especially Site Studio architecture. Content can be understood and targeted so that it puts the right information into elements and regions so it can fully recreate a website from a source.

I spoke to three customers that were in the presentation about how they might use Kapow's product. The first person said that her organization was migrating from a homegrown website to Oracle UCM, much like NetApp. She was also very pleased about the understanding of Oracle UCM websites and the ability to recreate an existing website inside of UCM.

Another Oracle UCM customer mention that her issue was a set of vast shared drives that need to be categorized, checked in and indexed. She is looking into Kapow and said it looked promising for automating the migration and check-in, but that she needs to investigate further for the categorization capabilities.

The third customer, from Union Pacific Railroad, is looking at a competitive website product migration to UCM.

This is not a tool that is meant for developers - Stefan said that the most common users were librarians and content management administrators - people who understand what they want to do with the content. Very impressive stuff.

Monday Apr 11, 2011

Culture Change at St. John's River Water Management District

I happened to see Peggy White, CIO of the St. John's River Water Management District present on their ECM project here at the Collborate Conference in Orlando this week. Peggy and her team did some very smart things. First she engaged Oracle with an Insight. The Oracle Insight process helped her chart a roadmap that has served the team well. Coming out of the Insight her team started off with a phased approach. Phase one was to take the low hanging fruit - electronic routing of invoices, publishing handbooks and rules, and handling travel reimbursements. With these successes under her belt, the team was then able to take on other projects. They have now taken on Site Studio, and created a board members website, where they can share documents and lookup information. And with a digital signatures integration with Arx Cosign, they are able to offer digital signatures on documents.

Toward the end of her presentation, Peggy brought up a slide on Culture Change - How ECM brought about culture change at St. John's River Water Management District.

First, she had to get the buy-in of the team that moving to an electronic process would be worth the effort. About a third of the team was game to try it, so they got new dual monitors so they could view images in Oracle Content Managment, and records in their financial system, at the same time. As they became successful, and were able to process invoices faster and with fewer errors, the rest of the team became curious and wanted to give it a try. (And I should mention that they are using Fujitsu scanners to digitize their paper documents to get them into these electronic processes).

Introducing digital signatures also required a culture change. The view of the employees was "if it's not on paper, it's not real." It took time to affect a cultural shift that enabled people to accept digital signatures.Peggy's team has also enabled Mobile/iPad access to ECM, which was another round of culture change.

Peggy will join me and Robert Esquivel in our session at Collaborate 11, Transform Your Company Culture By Taking Your Processes Paperless. This session takes place in room 308C at 4 PM EDT on Wednesday April 13.

We have two tracks of ECM sessions and a ton of WebCenter sessions going on at Collaborate. If you are an Oracle applications user attending Collaborate as part of the OAUG or Quest, make sure to take a look at the schedule of sessions - especially Tuesday's events on application integration and transactional content. And be sure to stop by and say hi.

Monday Mar 28, 2011

AIIM/info360 Keynote Video

We have uploaded videoof Andy MacMillan's keynote speech at the AIIM/info360 conference in Washington D.C. last week. A big thank you to our customers, The Organization of American States and Dresser-Rand for their participation. I will blog further about them in an upcoming entry.

Andy's presentation opened with one of the Bunny Inc. videos. While it was fun, it also had a point that Andy came back to a couple of times - while we need to move forward with the new world of social computing, we have to understand how it works with our existing systems. A sales VP would never give up on the pipeline information he gets from his CRM system, and would also never give up on picking up the phone and getting feedback on any pipeline item from a sales rep. And in the video, when the overzealous marketing leader gets rid of all the old systems, mayhem ensues.

AIIM has done some forward looking work with their Future History whitepaper. This whitepaper discusses a shift in the industry and how it affects the content management practice area, and defines the shift by categorizing systems of record and systems of engagement. And the upshot is that the objective of a lot of these systems of engagement is to create value from content. And the opportunity is for us to take advantage of this shift by bringing our expertise to these new content creation methods. Andy posits that the language of systems of engagement is content. As a group that knows how to generate value from content, we have a tremendous opportunity ahead of us.

And at the end of the day, it is the relationship between systems of engagement and systems of record that can drive real value to a business.

Here is an overview of the video sections of the keynote - all available at www.youtube.com/oraclee20

AIIM 2011 Keynote1 - Social computing and how it relates to our enterprise systems - Systems of engagement and systems of record
AIIM 2011 Keynote2 - Systems of engagement and how to make them engage with your enterprise systems.
AIIM 2011 Keynote3 - Juan Jose Goldschtein, CIO, The Organization of American States
AIIM 2011 Keynote4 - The opportunity is now for content management practitioners

Wednesday Dec 15, 2010

2011 Conference Participation

With the new year approaching, we wanted to take a moment to highlight Oracle's upcoming user group and conference participation. Next year, Oracle will have a presence at these three leading shows and we hope to see you there!

AIIM Conference (Washington, DC) - March 22-24, 2011

The AIIM International Conference & Expo @ info360 is where content and information come to life. Make your business more productive and more profitable with the technologies at info360.

Gartner Portals, Content & Collaboration Summit (Los Angeles) - March 28-30, 2011

Evolution in Real Time is this year's must-attend PCC event on Gen4 collaboration, cloud-based portal and content services, social networking, Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0, consumerization and more. Learn how to bring your workplace, information, and processes up to real-time speed for greater efficiency.

Collaborate 2011 (Orlando) - April 10-14, 2011

The Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG), along with the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) and Quest International Users Group (Quest), annually host the premier event for Oracle users - COLLABORATE - which brings 5,000+ Oracle technology and applications professionals to one venue for Oracle education, customer exchange and networking.

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