Wednesday, April 21, 2010


Posted by Mark Brousseau

The first day of the info360: AIIM Expo + Conference and ON DEMAND Conference & Expo included a full slate of activities. The two events run through Thursday, April 22 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.

“We are thrilled with the buzz on the show floor and the standing room only crowds in the keynote sessions of both programs,” says Debra Brown, event director for ON DEMAND.

Michael Rogers, MSNBC’s “The Practical Futurist” and Technology Expert, started off the day as a keynote speaker for info360. The conference room quickly filled (with overflow attendees viewing the presentation via video link in a nearby room) as he discussed ways for businesses to continue to move into the virtual world to stay competitive and communicate effectively with their customers. Following Rogers, Robert Shimp, J.D., and group vice president of Oracle Corporation, led a lively discussion on how innovative organizations are driving the integration of content management with their core business processes. John Mancini, president of AIIM, presented Eight Trends that will Transform the Content Management Industry.

SharePoint 2010 Summit @ AIIM Expo was kicked off with a keynote speech by Eric Swift, general manager, Microsoft, who discussed the benefits and ease of the new SharePoint 2010 in action to the standing room only audience, all interested in learning about the new product that will be released soon. The SharePoint 2010 Summit @ AIIM Expo will continue through Thursday with innovative sessions from those who developed SharePoint 2010, as well as early adopters who are already putting this new platform to work in their organizations.

On the show floor free educational sessions, networking opportunities and dozens of new products were introduced at info360.

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