Thank you to all who submitted proposals and have participated in the Call for Papers process. Next up: the Community Vote! We encourage all who submitted and all who plan on or are considering attending Enterprise 2.0 Boston to review the submissions, provide feedback via comments and vote. This is not a popularity contest. So please don't cheapen the voting process by sending your entire company or PR firm to vote for your submission. Vote for a submission or idea because you want to learn from it in Boston! Vote for the case study that changed your perceptions of E2. Vote for the best E2 innovations in UC, video and mobile, the ideas that are the future of social tools and apps, and the most inspirational stories of leadership and organizational change. Vote for the submissions you want us to consider for inclusion in E2 Boston Conference agenda. Last year over a third of the conference agenda and speakers were selected from the Call for Papers and we hope to equal if not increase that number this year.Submissions are searchable by category, speaker or keyword, and votes received by each session will be viewable by all participants. Sessions advance to the "Crowd Favorites" stage based on community votes, after which they will be reviewed by the E2 Advisory Board.All submissions'' comment and feedback activity will be considered during the review process. Submissions selected by the Advisory Board will then proceed to the final "Selected Sessions" stage and speakers will be contacted in March.We look forward to discovering the topics and ideas you want to see incorporated in the E2 Boston 2011 Conference Agenda. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 947-6250.
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