CeBIT Frolics

Believe it or not, I’ve attended CeBIT most years for ages. This is because, if you’re working in enterprise IT, it’s one of those conferences you and your boss tend to head along to together. Over the years I thought it got a little stale and a bit predictable. But last year and this year the organisers have put in a big effort to refresh … Continue reading CeBIT Frolics

FITT Lunch 13 May

I’ll be speaking at this session together with Karen Ganschow from Telstra. Should be an interesting lunch & good excuse to get out of the office for a while. Topic:  How to make the Net work When:  12:00pm – 2:00pm, Wednesday, 13 May 2009 Where:  Harbours Edge, Level 2, Harbourside Darling Harbour, NSW, Australia More details on the FITT website: A special value-for-money FITT luncheon … Continue reading FITT Lunch 13 May

one more sleep until Enterprise 2.0 forum

  I’ve been saying for the past year that Enterprise 2.0 is where the real action is – not freebie consumers applications.  But there are significant issues and risks that need to be addressed.  Here’s an old post on the topic. Ross Dawson’s  Enterprise 2.0 Forum is on tomorrow. There’s is a thought provoking agenda & a bunch of smart people both on stage and … Continue reading one more sleep until Enterprise 2.0 forum

ad:tech Sydney – Online brands & control

http://api.viostream.com/player/v5/viostream.player.jsI will be chairing the panel on “handing your brand over to the consumer – are you ready to let go”, at ad:tech Sydney on Tuesday 10 March. It’s going to be an interesting panel – each member brings a different perspective to the topic & they all have strong opinions which they are happy to share: Charis Palmer, Managing Editor, Online Banking Review Jackie … Continue reading ad:tech Sydney – Online brands & control