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Conference Program

Conference sessions are organized by track. Session titles are linked to the schedule, and speakers are linked to their biographies, which include their blog links and twitter handles if they have them. (This page will be updated daily with any additions or changes from now through the conference.) Track links:

Keynotes (K)
Customers & Engagement (E)
Colleagues & Collaboration (C)
Content Technologies (T)
Content Publishing (P)
Pre-conference Workshops

Keynotes (K)

K1. Opening Keynote
Wednesday, December 1, 8:30 - 10:00

Our conference opens with a look at the big issues affecting the use of web and content technologies for engaging with new and existing customers, as well as partners and colleagues. A carefully selected panel of expert practitioners and technologists will share their experiences and knowledge, and answer questions in an interactive discussion with each other and conference attendees. Whichever track you plan to focus on, this session will provide valuable perspective.

Moderator: Frank Gilbane, President, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Marie Williams, Senior Director, Web Innovation, Global Online Services, Hilton Worldwide
Keith Cook, Global eBusiness Officer, ACE Group
Aaron Hill, Senior Director, Online Strategy & Services, SAS

 


K2. Industry Analyst Keynote Debate: What's Real, What's Hype, and What's Coming
Wednesday, December 1, 11:00 - 12:00

We invite industry analysts from different firms to speak at all our events to make sure our conference attendees hear differing opinions from a wide variety of (largely competing) expert sources. A second, third, fourth or fifth opinion will ensure you don't make ill-informed decisions about critical content and information technologies or strategies. This session will be a lively, interactive debate guaranteed to be both informative and fun.

Moderator: Frank Gilbane, President, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Hadley Reynolds, Research Director, Search & Digital Marketplace Technologies, IDC
Ned May, VP & Lead Analyst, Outsell
Scott Liewehr, Senior Consultant, Web Content Management, Gilbane Group
Tony Byrne, Founder, The Real Story Group & CMS Watch
Kathleen Reidy, Senior Analyst, 451 Group


Customers & Engagement Track (E)

Corporate websites are now the most important public face of an organization, and the best way to grow, and communicate with, a broader customer base. Successful sales and marketing now requires Web sites that can reach a global audience, a mobile audience, and an audience familiar with social media and used to richer media. Websites also need to be findable, accessible, engaging, real-time & responsive, and have accurate and timely information that is synchronized with other channels. This is a tall order, but it is what your customers expect, and what companies are building.

Track Designed For:
anyone responsible for marketing, business, or technical aspects of public facing websites, including, sales & marketing, digital marketing, brand managers, business units with P&L, Web strategists, IT, Web managers, business managers, digital media, e-commerce managers, content managers & strategists.

Customers & Engagement Track Sessions

E1. Customers & Engagement Track Keynote - Web Content Management Is Dead, Long Live Web Content Management
Wednesday, December 1, 1:30 - 2:30

WCM systems are going through a transformation. While the past emphasis has been on simplifying the task of managing web content for non-technical users, advances in technology are allowing vendors to shift their attention back to empowering marketers to engage consumers with their websites. In addition to being extremely entertaining, this session will explore the critical questions to be answered before determining a WCM strategy. It will also introduce many of the subjects covered in the Customers & Engagement track.

Moderator: Scott Liewehr, Senior Consultant, Web Content Management, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Robert Rose, Founder & Chief Troublemaker, Big Blue Moose

 


E2. Adapting to the New World
Wednesday, December 1, 2:40 - 4:00

In today's world, customers often form opinions about businesses based on their experiences on brand websites and across the internet. Yet, many organizations still broadcast dysfunction because their management practices don’t align with the 21st Century business dynamic, and younger, more nimble companies are finding ways to better engage the same customers. This session discusses how organizations can adapt to the new world of digital marketing.

Moderator: Irina Guseva Senior Editor, CMSWire.com

Lisa Welchman, Co-Founder, WelchmanPierpoint
The Digital Deca, 10 Management Truths for the Web Age
Simon Lande, CEO, Magus
Joining the Dots: Creating an Enterprise Framework for Website Governance

 


E3. Next Thing You Know… You’re Global!
Wednesday, December 1, 4:00 - 5:00

OCLC Online Computer Library Center has served member libraries around the world for years, but became a truly global organization four years ago with the merger of a European partner. With regionalized services and members in the Americas, Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Australia, and offices in 10 countries, OCLC has quickly outgrown its content management system and infrastructure. Consequently, OCLC recently purchased a state-of-the-art Web content management system to match its business needs. The presentation will feature a case study that includes:

  • Key signs of CMS language insufficiency
  • Chief requirements for a multilingual CMS
  • Selection winners and challengers
  • Strategies for translation automation
  • Lessons learned from implementation and migration
  • Useful tools for scoping, auditing and introducing your site(s) to your new vendor
  • The true cost of making a change

This presentation is aimed at business and Web managers from commercial companies and public organizations who have a need to upgrade their global Web presence. It will be especially useful for those Web professionals who have only a limited translation budget and cannot afford sufficient in-house resources to manage the full translation process.

Moderator: Mary Laplante, Vice President & Lead Analyst, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Andrew Lawless, Principal, Dig-It! Consulting
Debra Lewis, Web Content and Localization Manager, OCLC Online Computer Library Center

 


E4. Gathering Customer Intelligence - Are You Listening to Your Customers?
Thursday, December 2, 8:30 - 9:30

In order to be persuasive, one must first be perceptive. The perceptive layer, or customer intelligence layer, of a web property is a key component of successful online engagement. This session will review the best practices for how to 'listen' to consumers through the use of analytics, search, social media, etc, and how to integrate this information back into your web presence to improve the user experience, engage consumers, and ultimately increase conversions.

Moderator: Scott Liewehr, Senior Consultant, Web Content Management, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Shannon Ryan, President & CEO, non-linear creations
Randy Woods, Co-Founder & Executive Vice President, non-linear creations


E5. How to Build a Content Strategy - Practical Principles for Influential Web Content
Thursday, December 2, 9:40 - 10:40

All too often, when charting the plan toward consumer engagement, content seems to be an afterthought. However, web content is the key to a successful user experience and delivering a consistent brand message. This session will outline the principles of a sound content strategy and how to create one.

Moderator: Andrew Bredenkamp, CEO, Acrolinx

Colleen Jones, Founder, Content Science
Margot Bloomstein, Principal, Appropriate, Inc.



E6. Research Insights: Multilingual Marketing Content and Strategic Brand Management
Thursday, December 2, 11:40 - 12:40

The latest research from Gilbane’s Content Globalization Practice focuses on emerging best practices for addressing the unique challenges associated with creating, managing, and delivering multilingual marketing content, which is distinctly different from other classes of corporate content. The study team presents highlights from the research, including insights into how leading practitioners are improving and advancing their global content value chains for marketing content, creating new competitive advantage, and bringing their practices into closer alignment with larger business goals.

Moderator: Mary Laplante, Vice President & Lead Analyst, Outsell's Gilbane Group

 


E7. Putting it into Action – Molding the Customer Experience
Thursday, December 2, 2:00 - 3:20

Having trouble getting started? With all the talk about Customer Intelligence Engines, Audience Engagement Frameworks, perceptive and persuasive content, etc., what can the average organization do to implement such capabilities? This will be an engaging how-to session to demonstrate a process for how organizations can get started leveraging their content to engage consumers in a personalized, meaningful way.

Moderator: Randy Woods, Co-Founder & Executive Vice President, non-linear creations

Melissa Casburn, Director of User Experience, ISITE Design
Darren Guarnaccia, VP Product Marketing, Sitecore

 


E8. Metrics – Measuring the Results of Digital Marketing
Thursday, December 2, 3:30 - 4:30

Moderator: Scott Liewehr, Senior Consultant, Web Content Management, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Jeff Cram, Chief Strategy Officer and Co-founder, ISITE Design
Brett Zucker
, EVP and CTO of Bridgeline Digital


 

Colleagues & Collaboration Track (C)

Well-designed internal websites for collaboration on projects or operational activities, whether in the form of intranets, portals, blogs, or wikis are critical for supporting modern corporate missions. Social software has reignited interest in enhancing employee collaboration and knowledge sharing, and the right use of social software, alone or combined with an intranet or portal, is a competitive requirement. Employees already use it, and expect it, and can be much more productive with it. While some business use-cases are obvious, companies are a long way from having enough experience to know how best to integrate and deploy different types of social software to best support business requirements.

Track Designed For:
anyone responsible for internal websites, portals, collaboration & knowledge sharing, including, knowledge managers, product managers, project managers, IT, departments (R&D, support, mfg, financial, legal, authoring, etc.).

Colleagues & Collaboration Track Sessions


C1. Track Keynote: The State of Enterprise Collaboration
Wednesday, December 1, 1:30 - 2:30

How important is collaboration to organizations and how well are they really doing it? What collaboration challenges are common among large enterprises? Are there specific types of collaboration being successfully conducted? Is Social Business possible or just a dream? Hear the opinions of this panel of business leaders, analysts, and consultants on these topics and others, as we explore the current realities of enterprise collaboration and peek at it’s future.

Moderator: Larry Hawes, Lead Analyst, Collaboration & Enterprise Social Software, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Barry Libert, CEO, Mzinga
Francois Gossieaux, Partner, Human 1.0
Peter O'Kelly, Independent Analyst



C2. Portal 2.0 Summit
Wednesday, December 1, 2:40 - 4:00

Enterprise Portal is a mature software category, yet it seems to be undergoing rejuvenation, thanks in large part to the efforts of the open source movement. Join us as the leaders of four open source enterprise portal software providers discuss the past, present, and future of enterprise portals.

Moderator: John Petersen, Sutro Software

Arje Cahn, CTO, Hippo
Tugdual Grall, VP Product Development, eXo
Paul Hinz, CMO, Liferay
Serge Huber, Chief Technology Officer, Jahia

 


C3. Portal or Enterprise Social Software: Which Collaboration Environment to Choose?
Wednesday, December 1, 4:00 - 5:00

Today’s Enterprise Social Software strongly resembles Enterprise Portal technology in terms of included functionality and deployment patterns. This session will examine the similarities and differences between these two technologies and explore criteria that an organization can use to decide which platform will best serve their collaboration needs.

Moderator: Larry Hawes, Lead Analyst, Collaboration & Enterprise Social Software, Outsell's Gilbane Group

David Seuss, CEO, Northern Light
Greg Lloyd, President & Co-Founder, Traction Software
Jay Batson, Vice President & Co-Founder, Acquia



C4. The Why and How of Employee Engagement
Thursday, December 2, 8:30 - 9:30

Customer Engagement is the hot buzzword in marketing circles these days. Can the concepts, practices, and technologies behind collaborating more closely with customers be applied to the employer-employee relationship? This session looks at why employee engagement matters and how to increase it in your organization.

Moderator: Larry Hawes, Lead Analyst, Collaboration & Enterprise Social Software, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Sara Roberts, President/CEO, Roberts Golden Consulting, Inc.

 


C5. Social Publishing: Strategic Content as Social Objects in the Extended Enterprise
Thursday, December 2, 9:40 - 10:40

Content has always been a focal point of interactions amongst employees, business partners, suppliers, and other members of the extended enterprise. However, the emergence of enterprise social software has placed a renewed importance on strategic content that serves as collaboration objects in digital interactions. This panel will discuss what types of content are strategic social objects in the extended enterprise, why they are important to business performance, and how they should be managed.

Moderator: Geoff Bock, Senior Analyst, Collaboration & Enterprise Social Software, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Jerry Silver, Senior Product Marketing Manager, EMC Documentum xCP
John Eckman, Senior Director, Optaros
Doug Gaff, Director of Technology, NPR Public Interactive



C6. Social Intranets: How Interactivity Spurs Intranet Usage
Thursday, December 2, 11:40 - 12:40

Intranets have moved from static to dynamic content publishing environments, yet they continue to suffer from low utilization. Learn how two organizations have increased employee engagement on their intranets by adding social collaboration capabilities.

Moderator: Larry Hawes, Lead Analyst, Collaboration & Enterprise Social Software, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Ryan Gruss, Intranet Project Lead, Continuum
Anne Scharff, Director, IS Web Services, Cincinnati Childrens' Hosptial Medial Center

 


C7. Integration of Consumer Social Software with Enterprise Systems
Thursday, December 2, 2:00 - 3:20

Does usage of consumer social sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr have a place inside businesses? Hear from some organizations that believe so, as they describe why and how they have integrated consumer social sites with their enterprise systems.

Moderator: Larry Hawes, Lead Analyst, Collaboration & Enterprise Social Software, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Martin Coady, Director of Technical Strategy, VML
Tom Wentworth, VP Web Solutions, Ektron

 

Content Technology Track (T)

There are many different technologies involved in building web and enterprise content applications. Some of them are simple and some complex, some are open source and some are commercial, some are available via license, some as a service, some are ready for prime time, some aren’t, and some might be ready, but are controversial.

Track Designed For:
those who are either responsible for technology decisions, or those who need to keep up-to-speed with the latest technology for enterprise content applications of all types, including, central IT, departmental IT, strategists, and managers who need to know what's possible and what's coming.

Content Technology Track Sessions

T1. Technology Track Keynote
Wednesday, December 1, 1:30 - 2:30

A panel of thought leaders and visionaries leading content technology development share several critical ideas and concepts to consider and take questions from the audience.

Moderator: Dale Waldt, Senior Consultant, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Cornelia Davis, Senior Technologist, Architecture Group, Office of the CTO, EMC Corporation
Jason Hunter
, Principal Technologist, MarkLogic
Cheryl McKinnon, Chief Marketing Officer, Nuxeo
Marcel Meth, Independent Senior SharePoint Analyst



T2: Smart Content In the Real World: Case Studies & Real Results
Wednesday, December 1, 2:40 - 4:00

XML content with semantic enrichment enables some powerful and interesting applications, including modular reusable topics, dynamic assembly of content by areas of interest, and distributed collaboration in the cloud. This session will describe what makes XML content smart and explore how it changes how we create and manage it with real world examples of smart content in action.

Moderators: Dale Waldt, Senior Consultant & Geoff Bock, Senior Analyst, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Mike Iantosca, IBM Authoring Tools and Content Management System PDT Lead, IBM Corporate User Technologies
Evolution of Smart Content in the Enterprise
Devin Holmes, Executive Director, Warrior Gateway
Patrick Quinlan, Lead Curriculum Specialist, Citrix Education


T3. Rethinking Content Management Systems
Wednesday, December 1, 4:00 - 5:00

User expectations and new technology have changed the role of content management and delivery systems. Interactive capabilities of Web 2.0, convergence of back end and front-end systems, and other factors are changing how we manage and deliver content.

Moderator: Dale Waldt, Senior Consultant, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Deane Barker, Content Management Practice Director, Blend Interactive
Dawn of the Web Content Delivery System (WCDS)
Laurence Hart, Director of Technology Solutions, Washington Consulting
Revisiting ECM in the 2.0 World

 


T4. Open Source Tools Changing the Content Management Landscape
Thursday, December 2, 8:30 - 9:30

Open Source tools have a lot of promise for reducing costs while delivering robust functionality. The future technology landscape will increasingly include free and supported open source tools. This session helps you understand how open source is evaluated for use in mature professional applications.

Moderator: Dale Waldt, Senior Consultant, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Shaun Walker, Co-Founder, Chief Architect, DotNetNuke Corp.
Open Source Tools That Are Changing the Content Technology Landscape
Kian T. Gould, CEO, AOE Media
Selecting an Open Source Content Management Solution

 


T5. Evaluating the SharePoint Ecosystem
Thursday, December 2, 9:40 - 10:40

Microsoft SharePoint boasts a large and quite diverse "ecosystem" of consultants, integrators, and add-on software vendors. For customers, though, this landscape can be very confusing. Who are the key players? what sort of supplementary tools do you need? What are the pros and cons of going outside Redmond for key services? How does SP 2010 change all this? Tony Byrne from SharePoint Watch (a service of the Real Story Group) will try to answer all your questions.

Tony Byrne, Founder, Real Story Group (formerly CMS Watch)



T6. Game Changing Content Technologies
Thursday, December 2, 11:40 - 12:40

Rapidly evolving content tools provide new capabilities and advantages to implementers such as integrated content platforms and distributed collaboration. This forward-looking session explores the direction of content technology platforms and documentation systems and roles and how they affect content processes.

Moderator: Dale Waldt, Senior Consultant, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Mark Fidelman, EVP, MindTouch
Customer Support and Social Documentation: The Balance of Power is Shifting
Jason Hunter, Principal Technologist, MarkLogic
Protecting Investments, Identifying Threats, Optimizing Processes, and Tracking Outbreaks with Analytics Against Unstructured Data



T7. XML Implementations & Information Lifecycle
Thursday, December 2, 2:00 - 3:20

XML and content tools need to be thoughtfully configured to create feasible processes that produce the desired business benefits. This session explores the XML information lifecycle and how XML and content tools and systems can be deployed to their best advantage.

Moderator: Dale Waldt, Senior Consultant, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Barry Schaeffer, Senior Consultant, Gilbane Group
Managing the XML Information Life Cycle in a Changing World
Doug Gorman, Founder, Simply XML
Just in Time and Just Enough DITA for Enterprise Adoption
Liz Fraley, Founder and CEO, Single-Sourcing Solutions
Component Content Management

 


T8. 2011 – the Year of Semantic Search?
Thursday, December 2, 8:30 - 9:30

Analysts have long forecast that semantic search and text analytics would bring about a smarter search, but the reality is that semantics have yet to make major inroads in popular search experience. In this session, you will hear from leading practitioners about their views about the state of the art in content enhancement, semantic search techniques, analytics on unstructured data, and intelligent user interaction designs, and when these advanced technologies will usher in a next generation of search experiences.

Moderator: Hadley Reynolds, Research Director, Search & Digital Marketplace Technologies, IDC

Lynda Moulton, Senior Analyst, Outsell's Gilbane Group
Brooke Aker, CEO, Admantx

 


T9. Web Site Search – the Next Generation
Thursday, December 2, 9:40 - 10:40

The quality of user interaction experiences on major web sites has been changing dramatically, with increasing use of video and other rich media, with more intelligent and dynamic navigation schemes, with richer personalization, and with more accurate and suggestive site search functionality. In this session, you will hear from leading practitioners about how they are engineering the next generation of site search platforms, with applications from intranets to B2B portals to the largest e-commerce sites.

Moderator: Hadley Reynolds, Research Director, Search & Digital Marketplace Technologies, IDC

Kevin Lindsay, Director, Conversion Product Marketing, Adobe Systems
John Andrews, Vice President, Marketing & Product Management, Endeca Technologies

 


T10. Applications of Search in SharePoint
Thursday, December 2, 11:40 - 12:40

Microsoft’s SharePoint software is rapidly becoming a core platform in the enterprise IT infrastructure of many organizations. Managing the design, execution, quality, and range of search implementations in and around SharePoint has become a key priority for both IT and line-of-business managers. In this session, you will hear from thought leaders and leading practitioners about how they are making SharePoint information accessible to employee groups through innovative applications of search technologies.

Moderator: Hadley Reynolds, Research Director, Search & Digital Marketplace Technologies, IDC

C. Scyphers, Chief Architect, Daemon Consulting, LLC
Jeff Fried, CTO, BA Insight
Chris McNulty, SharePoint Practice Lead, KMA

 


T11. Design for Mobile Search – Interaction Models for Smart Devices
Thursday, December 2, 2:00 - 3:20

Mobile search is experiencing rapid innovation, driven by the advent of touch-centered smart phones. In this session, we will share current research and practices around interaction models, usage trends and new business approaches for the mobile search experience, and see how consumer mobile is shaping expectations for search in the enterprise.

Moderator: Hadley Reynolds, Research Director, Search & Digital Marketplace Technologies, IDC

Brian Kellner, VP Products, NewsGator Technologies
Brooke Aker
, CEO, Admantx

 


T12. Social Search – Real Time Intelligence for Enhanced User Experiences
Thursday, December 2, 3:30 - 4:30

Social search is commanding more and more attention, taking bandwidth and visitors from traditional document-based web search sites and offering alternative models for information sharing in the enterprise. Today people turn to social data to help answer questions, target buyers, and empower employees. This session will explore the accelerating convergence of social activity and search, and identify how this trend will impact everything from product recommendations to enterprise knowledge sharing.

Moderator: Hadley Reynolds, Research Director, Search & Digital Marketplace Technologies, IDC

Erin Traudt, Social Applications Analyst, IDC
Navdeep Alam
, Director of Data Architecture, Mzinga

 


T13. Case Studies: Building & Buying
Thursday, December 2, 3:30 - 4:30

Moderator: Scott Liewehr, Senior Consultant, Web Content Management, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Mark Korey, Online Applications Project Manager, SAS
Jarrod Gingras, Analyst, Real Story Group
Ann Comer-Woods, Executive Director of Communications, MIT Sloan

 

Content Publishing Track (P)

Multi-channel publishing has been a goal of many organizations for years, but it is now more important than ever - and not that much easier. In addition to more traditional print and web channels, smartphones, e-book readers, other mobile devices, and even “in-product” displays need to be considered. In addition to more channels, there are more media types to manage. Dynamic publishing is a key business requirement for both single and multi-channel delivery.

Track Designed For:
those responsible for content creation, management, and multi-channel/multi-lingual publishing, IT and others that need to learn about publishing technology because of new multi-channel demands, including corporate or commercial publishers, content managers, digital asset managers, documentation managers, and information architects.

Content Publishing Track Sessions

P1. A Blueprint for Book Publishing Transformation - Content Management and Metadata Across Publishing Systems
Wednesday, December 1, 1:30 - 2:30

As publishers see digital revenues grow and channels multiply, they are finding that their various systems need to grow more flexible to accommodate new products, new partners, and new business models. This session looks at some recent research conducted by the Gilbane Group that looks specifically at how publishers are extending their current systems, adopting new ones, and working to integrate them for more optimal business and content operations.

Moderator: John Parsons, Principal, Byte Media Strategies

Bill Trippe, Vice President & Lead Analyst, Outsell's Gilbane Group
David Guenette, Senior Analyst, Outsell's Gilbane Group
Samir Kakar, Chief Technology Officer, Aptara



P2. Mobile App Development from the Trenches: How Developers Shape Content and Interactivity for Today's Devices
Wednesday, December 1, 2:40 - 4:00

With smartphones and tablets exploding in usage, publishers are racing to deliver content to new types of users who are expecting rich, interactive experiences. Yet publishers are often dependent on third parties who can create these apps for them. This session delves into how some of the standard publishing apps work, and how developers create some of the more advanced features that users are demanding.

Moderator: John Parsons, Principal, Byte Media Strategies

Jason Sawtelle, Director, Premedia Sales, Quad/Graphics
Jay Hartley, Senior Vice President of Technology, Taunton Press
Paul Michelman, Director of Product Development, Harvard Business Review Group
Geoff Shaw, Vice President, Director of Digital Media, Sporting News
Jeff Gapp, Channel Evangelist, WoodWing Technologies

 


P3. Are Smartphones and Tablets A Content Provider's Field of Dreams?
Wednesday, December 1, 4:00 - 5:00

As smartphones and tablets grow in usage, publishers are eager to learn more specifically how owners are using these devices to interact with content. Are user expectations and habits different on tablets from what they are on, say, notebooks or netbooks? This session looks at some recent Outsell consumer research into these questions and others about this new generation of devices.

Moderator: Bill Trippe, Vice President & Lead Analyst, Outsell's Gilbane Group

Ned May, VP & Lead Analyst, Outsell, Inc.

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