The Yankee Group presents: The Integration Technologies Forum

More than ever, corporate North America is asking its enterprise IT managers to do more with less. Faced with budget constraints, increased regulatory pressure and a rapidly changing technology landscape, IT managers must continue to deliver incremental business value. The Yankee Group’s Integration Technologies Forum will show IT managers how to produce definable business results, with only small incremental investment, in application integration, application servers, Web services and adaptive infrastructure.


Las Vegas

April 27-May 2


Companies can still strengthen the link between technology and competitive advantage despite the pressure to limit corporate spending. At NetWorld+Interop 2003, the focus will be on new technologies, integration and deployment of security, wireless, storage and VoIP solutions. The event gives network managers access to practical research and services that can increase the value of their network investments. Keynote speakers include John Chambers, CEO of Cisco, Sanjay Kumar, CEO of Computer Associates, and Gordon Stitt, CEO of Extreme Networks.


April 7-8


Focusing on Innovation: Creativity and Capacity Building and a National Innovation Update

This conference will examine the role of creativity in innovation in Canada. By learning more about the connections between creativity and innovation, you can enhance the economic performance of your organization. Sessions will explore the importance of creativity and innovation in the knowledge economy, sources of competitiveness in industry, and corporate culture. Discussion will include connections to knowledge management, incubation and new ventures, and strategic alliances. Delegates can expect to consider their own organization in new ways and be challenged in forming a creative and innovative Canada.