Victoria | Jun 19, 2012
Enterprise 2.0 kicked off yesterday at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. Nicknamed the E2 Conference, Enterprise 2.0 Conference brings together those looking to unlock new business value by rethinking their enterprise application strategies.
With some of the top minds from American Airlines, Nike, FedEx, Wells Fargo, and others, this is one of the year’s hottest conferences for education on the technology trends, architectural strategies, privacy and compliance best practices from numerous practitioner-led use cases.
Here are some of the top thoughts coming out of the sessions at Enterprise 2.0:
“This game is not fast. This game is faster. Stronger. Fast is the new strong.” – Richard Foo, Nike Collaboration Director. Richard Foo argues that social business is changing: now, in order to be successful, companies need to get information, make decisions, and roll out solutions faster than ever before.
Collaboration has not always had an easy ROI. It’s more correlation vs. causation.“- Mike Gotta, Senior Technical Solution Marketing Manager for Social Software at Cisco Systems
“It’s not about doing old things with new tools” -Andrew Carusone, Director of IWE and Community Governance for Lowe’s
The Enterprise 2.0 conference has more in store as the next couple days will include sessions, among others, on how crowd computing is evolving the enterprise, architecting big data that scales, and design considerations for social enterprise networks.
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