Open Source in the Enterprise
Venue: Hilton London Paddington
|Event Date/Time: Sep 08, 2003||End Date/Time: Sep 08, 2003|
Summary of what the panels will cover:
The business case for Open Source
The business drivers for Open Source
What is the future of Open Source?
Is it robust, scaleable, portable, interoperable?
Is it feasible for SME's (small, medium enterprises) to use Open Source?
What is coming down the road?
Understand licensing and distribution
Managing Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
Are their any special considerations for IPR?
Bruce Perens, Perens, LLC; author of The Open Source Definition - The Open Source Revolution
Mike Gubbins, Editor, Computing - The penetration of Open Source into mainstream IT
Craig Heath, Strategic Product Manager, Symbian Ltd. - Digital Rights Management - The implications of Open Source
Steve Mathews, Director, Articsoft Ltd. - The impact of Open Source on IT Security
Mru Patel, Sales Manager, Central Government, Sun Microsystems - Control the Costs of your Enterprise Desktop with Open Source Technology
Walter Stahlecker, Standards and Alliances, Hewlett-Packard Company - Integrating Open Source into an Enterprise Architecture
Steve Nunn, Chief Operating Officer and Legal Counsel, The Open Group - Who owns Open Source? An examination of Open Source licensing models
Andrew Josey, Director, Server Platforms, The Open Group - Avoiding divergence, the role of certification and testing
Who Should Attend
CEO's, CIOs, CTOs
Vice Presidents of IT/e-Commerce
Directors of Application Development
Directors of Strategic Relationships
IT/IS Managers and Architects
Application and Systems Integrators
Business Process Analysts
Analysts and Consultants
Training and Education Managers
Vendors and Venture Capitalists
Financial, Procurement and Business Managers
Registration is available at http://www.opengroup.org/london2003/.