Calling All Content
We've already seen the call for papers, now they want bums on seats at the Parker Palm Springs Hotel. And, to get you booking early there's a limited room rate of only
US$ 55 US$ 150 (a $55 savings), which sounds pretty decent but is expected to be booked-up very quickly. Information Content execs had better get their skates on.
This year's inaugural event covers DITA, static versus dynamic content, usage scenarios in a number of companies, interoperability and intelligent publishing.
Taking place over February 25/26, a little later than this year's event, 2010's event promises to be bigger and better. Designed for an audience of CIOs, content managers and strategists, information architects and marketing types, it has presentations from the likes of:
- Quark -- Enterprise Processes and Intelligent Content: Case Studies in Architecture and Usability.
- Intentional Design -- Thinking Bigger, Thinking Smarter: Raising Content IQ with a Good Strategy.
- Attensity -- Do you Hear What I hear? Engaging your “Social” Customers Through a Knowledge Base.
- Microsoft -- Keynote from Microsoft on Intelligent Content, An Emerging Trend in Enterprise Content Management.
Pay at the Door
Book early to get your conference pass for US$ 995 until January 15. After that they are US$ 1095 which gets you a full access pass to the complete two-day program, breakfast, lunch, snacks and coffee, and that conference essential, free Wi-Fi Internet access.
Intelligent Content is run by The Rockley Group which provides information services and solutions. The company's latest product is a book, DITA 101, which provides the basics on implementing a DITA system.