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Enterprise 2.0 impact discussion at Inbox/Outbox 2009

Inbox/Outbox : 15 June, 2009  (New Product)
Held on 16th-17th June at the New Connaught Rooms in London, Inbox/Outbox 2009 will feature Microsoft and eema discussing the security impact of Enterprise 2.0 Technology
Inbox/Outbox, a UK forum for corporate messaging, e-marketing and collaborative communications, has finalised its educational programme for 2009. The latest confirmed vendor sessions come from Microsoft and eema, focusing on Unified Communications, security and Enterprise 2.0.

More than 25 sessions will take place on each day and visitors to the two-day event will learn how to monitor, secure and control inbound and outbound business communications, as well as identify and eliminate security threats. Inbox/Outbox will also provide valuable opportunities to hear about real-life challenges from industry experts and discover how other users have overcome issues and threats in their own organisations.

At 2.45pm on both days, Solution Channel Development Manager at Microsoft, Tony Cocks, will discuss how Unified Communications can deliver cost savings to organisations whilst tackling technical and security challenges and making practical changes to the workplace. "Almost all organisations have something to gain by using some form of Unified Communication technologies," comments Cocks. "Whether it is the productivity savings from instant messaging or the cost savings of sharing context with multi-party video conferencing, it is important for organisations to stay up-to-date with these developments if they are to grow faster than their competitors."

On the 16th June, Executive Director at eema, Roger Dean will chair a live panel debate at 4.15pm looking at Enterprise 2.0 and the opportunities it has created to exploit online resources for 'fun and profit.' Dean comments, "It is important to understand the implications of these new risks and ways of avoiding them, particularly when considering using Web 2.0 technologies for professional and commercial use. Key strategies should be in place to ensure that Enterprise 2.0 is embedded in the business culture successfully, without putting organisations under threat." Panellists will include ICO Senior Data Protection Practice Manager David Evans, independent analyst Rich Jennings, AIIM UK Managing Director Doug Miles and DLA Piper Partner Craig Cameron.

The Enterprise 2.0 theme is continued with the recent launch of a brand new survey from Inbox/Outbox and Mesmo Consultancy, looking at the use of social networking for businesses. At 2.45pm on both days, Founder of Mesmo Consultancy, Dr Monica Seeley, will reveal the findings of the survey and whether Web 2.0 technologies really are gaining significant momentum amongst UK private and public sector organisations.

Delegates will also be invited to take part in a variety of breakout sessions, hosted by IBM, AIIM, The Information Comissioner's Office (ICO), Sophos and DLA Piper. Sessions will look at e-security, cybercrime, content filtering, data protection issues and storage and document management.
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