Leading international event covers what's hot and what's not in the Content Management world. The gathering focuses on web content management, digital asset management, and enterprise content management. Additional topics include wikis, blogs, search, collaboration and automated publishing solutions.The Gilbane Group and Lighthouse Seminars have announced the 3rd Annual Gilbane Boston Conference will take place November 28th - 30th at The Westin Copley Place in Boston, Massachusetts.
The international event assembles the worlds largest and most experienced panel of content management thought leaders, practitioners, educators, and solution providers together under one roof for three days of unique presentations, panel discussions, product demonstrations, and networking opportunities all designed to help attendees find solutions to the content challenges they face.
This years event is co-located with the Content Management Professionals Summit, Content Management and the World Enterprise, a one-day intensive learning and networking experience that takes place November 27. The Summit features interactive roundtable discussions, peer-to-peer networking, and hands-on workshops lead by a stellar lineup of content professionals with real-world experience solving globalization content management problems.
Also on tap at Gilbane Boston: four pre-conference tutorials covering hot topics including: web content management, the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA), web operations management, and taxonomy development and implementation. The conference also boasts a best-of-breed Technology Showcase, a one-stop shop for content products and services featuring over 60 exhibitors. Sponsors include Interwoven, Microsoft, Crown Peak, and RedDot Solutions.
To help attendees get the most out of three day event, the conference program is organized into six tracks:
Content Managers (CM). This track is for anyone managing content of any type, from small websites, to knowledge management intranets, to large enterprise content repositories. Detailed case studies, common sense practices, and innovative techniques and technologies will be featured.
Enterprise Search (ES). This track is designed for those looking for insight into search and information access technologies, how and why they are being deployed, and under what circumstances. Content tagging, search technologies, and search and its relationship to content management will be covered.
Collaboration and Enterprise Blogs and Wikis (CBW). This track is appropriate for those seeking answers to why organizations are deploying "social software" applications, how they are being integrated into the enterprise, what problems to they solve, and what new challenges they introduce.
Enterprise Digital Rights Management (eDRM). This track is perfect for attendees interested in controlling and protecting intellectual property, from security to document retention strategies, from piracy prevention to regulatory compliance, its all covered here.
Automated Publishing (AP). This track is designed for those for attendees interested in connecting the "islands of automation" that exist in corporate and commercial publishing. The entire content automation lifecycle will be explored from creation to distribution.
Examples from on-demand printing, transactional documents, periodical and catalog publishing will be used to help you understand how to build flexible and efficient automated publishing workflows. Registration Information PLEASE NOTE: CMSWire readers will receive US$ 150 off of the price of the conference registration if they use the registration code: "CMS Wire". Register here.