A comnparison of this week’s SAP Influencer Summit and the Le Web conference in Paris offer some interesting comparisons that point to the future direction of conferences.
Updates to the PowerPoint Twitter Tools: AutoTweet, New feedback slide, Zoom Text, and more support for internal use and preset variables, so you can create conference templates, etc.
A summary of the opening keynotes at the Enterprise 2.0 2009 conference in San Francisco, featuring Tammy Erickson, Andrew McAfee and representatives of Microsoft and Adobe.
Some people are too scared to use the PowerPoint Twitter Tools, because they’re worried about what their audience will say. To combat this fear, the tools now support moderated tweets, using the TidyTweet service.
Ever wanted to integrate Twitter streams into PowerPoint? Now you can, with some new prototypes built using SAP BusinessObjects Xcelsius…
New Web 2.0 presentation tools give presenters the opportunity to view and react to twitter feeds in real-time, and let the audience vote on options via Twitter, without any extra screens or resources, based on SAP BusinessObjects’ Xcelsius dashboarding technology.
Here’s one of the presentations I gave at Sapphire last month. It is a high-level, introductory overview that covers key business intelligence themes and how to overcome the major barriers to successful deployments: data integration, ease of use, and cost of deployment. It is illustrated (inevitably) with examples of Business Objects technology. Link to a …
The third and final web seminar presentation on BI maturity that I did last week with Wayne Eckerson: how to make BI a strategic asset for the organization: “crossing the chasm”. What’s next? The BI “canyon” separating information from strategy… (more…)