EMC World 2008: Social Computing Meets R&D


Been reading Chuck’s blog on EMC’s Journey in Social Media for a while. Burt Kaliski is going to share a little about those efforts internally. I thought it might make a nice insight into how some of this Enterprise 2.0 stuff is actually working. Meanwhile, it looks like the EMC Developer Network is recording the presentation, so keep an eye out for that later.

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EMC World 2008: Web 2.0 and Interactive Content Management


Thoughts on Day 3 will be coming later. Depending on my Internet access today, I may just do one big conference wrap-up later. It is always a strange day on Thursday as people start flying-out and more people are a little wiped out from the final party, though not as much this year, but that is another story. In the meantime, let’s see what Brian Quigley, Product Manager for the Interactive Content Group. The rest of the title is “What are the New Ways that Customers are Working with their Rich Media”.

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EMC World 2008: Day Two Thoughts


As I finally get to drink some coffee and I await the start of the next session, I thought I would share some basic thoughts.

  • I like Craig. Always thought I would, now I know. He had a post on a couple of sessions from yesterday. I am attending the first one he mentioned, DFS Real World examples, tomorrow at 10. We’ve has several off-line conversations, both work-related and not. James would even be pleased with some of the topics.

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EMC World 2008: Implementing DFS Search Services


My Day Two thoughts will be coming up in a subsequent post. Right now, listening to Pierre-Yves Chevalier give some examples and demos of the Search Service in action. This is Marc Brette’s presentation, he apparently canceled at the last minute, so the Q&A may be a little weak (Pierre-Yves knows this stuff well from what I can tell).

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