The call for papers for COLLABORATE ’09 closed on November 7th. We’re waiting to see which sessions get selected by the IOUG/Oracle Content Management SIG for inclusion in the conference. We were a little light on IPM submissions – I think the IPM customers tend to be a little shy compared to the UCM customers – but we’re talking to some folks to encourage them to submit some papers, so I’m sure the IPM track will be compelling.
The other concern is the impact the economy will have on in-person events. I’m sure folks will have to work pretty hard to make the case for going to Orlando. In the mean time we have been working with IOUG to set up a number of web seminars to give people a sense of what they will get at COLLABORATE. The first one was this week – Joe Duane, former consulting services rock star (and now product management rock star), presented on best practices for SiteStudio. A great session, lots of very practical and common sense lessons clearly borne out of some personal experience. There were over 80 people logged on, and they asked many engaging questions.
The next webinar on December 18 will highlight some new application integrations of IPM. After that new features of SiteStudio will be discussed on January 8th. For more information on the series and the Oracle Content Management Special Interest Group click here. To register for COLLABORATE, click here.
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