On Demand Conference to Address How to Monetize, Control Content
Track: Social and Mobile Business
Wednesday, June 13
Session Title: Shared Business Services: Making Merck "Smaller"
Speaker: Robert Maguire, Executive Director, Enterprise Portal & Support Services, Merck
Session Description: Learn how Shared Business Services at Merck is using their Enterprise Portal Sync to connect with employees, clients and partners to reduce the size and complexity of the world we work in.
Session Title: Social Workplace Market Overview 2012
Speaker: Real Story Group
Session Description: In this session we share with you insights from our research practice on exactly how the Social Workplace market is shaping up and where it is going in the foreseeable future. This is a highly dynamic and quickly changing market with new start-ups fighting for attention alongside the likes of Oracle, Microsoft and IBM. We aim to provide you with some clarity, cut through the hype and enable you to better navigate the Social Workplace market moving forward.
Session Title: Meet the Growing Demand for Mobility
Session Description: Discover how FedEx responded to the various mobile needs of their clients, making web-based printing easier.
Session Title: How to Conduct a Social Business Assessment
Speaker: Jesse Wilkins, Director, AIIM International
Session Description: This session describes a framework for conducting an assessment of an organization's existing social media usage. Learn the types of questions to ask, and how to look for unofficial or ad hoc social media usage.
Session Title: BI Hits the Road: The Mobile Incursion Into the BI Space
Speaker: Jorge Garcia, BI Analyst, Technology Evaluation Centers
Session Description: The emergence of tablets and smartphones is changing the way organizations work with information. Companies can give their employees access to crucial data no matter where they are. Is this changing the way organizations make their decisions? What are the effects of having a mobile BI strategy in place? Will mobile BI technologies be a game changer in the business intelligence arena?