GigaOM Net:Work 2011

Dec 8, 2011 in San Francisco, CA (United States)

The Future of Work

It started with the cellphone, was carried by the laptop and is now being fueled by the tablet. The way we live, learn, play and work is being transformed daily by break-through collaboration tools that allow us to instantly communicate regardless of location.

First cloud computing, and now…the human cloud. It’s changing the way we all do business with each other. How will you and your company adapt?

At Net:Work, you’ll hear directly from the people at the forefront of this shift, exchange ideas, and meet the innovators creating the tools that allow us to work differently. Featuring GigaOM editors and GigaOM Pro analysts, top business leaders, and technology companies, Net:Work will explore the business challenges and opportunities presented by a new global culture of work. Featured topics include:

• How Social Tools Really Impact the Enterprise
• Tapping an On-Demand Workforce
• Deploying Collaboration Is Easy, Making People Use It is Hard
• The Mobile Workforce Takes Over
• Seriously? The Gamification of Work
• Freelancers, SaaS and The Data Silo Problem
• The Role of the Workspace In The Digital Age

GigaOM Net:Work 2011 will be held on December 8, 2011 at the Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF in San Francisco, California.

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Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF

1675 Owens Street

San Francisco, CA 94143

United States

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Founded in 2006, GigaOM has grown into the leading provider of online media, events and research for global technology innovators. The company is one of the most credible and insightful voices at the intersection of business and technology, with an online audience of more than 4 million monthly unique visitors; industry-leading events, including Structure, Mobilize, GigaOM RoadMap, Net:Work, and Structure:Data; and a pioneering market research service and digital community, GigaOM Pro, which provides expert analysis and research on emerging technology markets.

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