This track looks not at building and leveraging Web 2.0 applications and businesses, but at using Web 2.0 in your company to drive communication, collaboration, productivity and cost savings. Lightweight hosted applications and software as a service can give you a significant operating advantage. Blogs and wikis aren’t just fun consumer toys, but can instead be used internally to keep your teams in sync and your projects on time. Come learn how real companies are using real products and services to do business quicker, cheaper, and more effectively.
In this session, Lockheed Martin will share the details behind their new methodology and explain their roadmap to assist the IT community in rapidly developing mission-specific applications that leverage our social media investment.
Innovative companies increasingly want to collaborate across time, space and organizational structure restrictions. Web 2.0 technology holds great promise, but in practice often comes up short. This session focuses on how to maximize the value of technology, by systematically understanding human behavior, motivations, and organizational design to build optimal solutions.
The business landscape has changed dramatically over the last year and Web 2.0 concepts have only become more important factors for driving business survival and success. This informative session takes a deep dive into practical and potent techniques that can be used to rapidly energize every organization with new innovative techniques for cutting costs, driving growth, and spurring innovation.
This session will show enterprise scale solutions to manage high resolution sensor networks and high accuracy location and asset data in a virtual environment.
Organizations shape society more than any force, and social software has demonstrated the ability to create sweeping change throughout the organizational culture. Due to the changes in technologies, demographics and business, the participation in new forms of mass collaboration is changing.
In today’s global business environment, the only constant is change. Organizations who can respond quickly by leveraging agile business models and dynamic business processes are uniquely positioned to win. IBM Web 2.0 software can help your organization be more effective and innovate in challenging times. Sponsored by IBM.
Web 2.0 technology has had a direct impact on media and society with blogs, YouTube, Facebook, MySpace and others. Now, we are seeing adoption of Web 2.0 tools and culture in the business context as companies seek to harness these forces. What will the impacts be? How quickly will companies adopt new tools, and which ones? What can we expect in ten years? What should businesses do now?