Enterprise 2.0 San Francisco's Call for Papers closed on Tuesday after receiving a mind blowing number of submissions - 446 to be exact. It's great to see the community is as enthusiastic about the San Francisco show as we are, and really reinforces the need for Enterprise 2.0 on the West Coast.Some highlights and prevalent topics include:
Tons of case studies and tales of adoption
Micro-blogging & emerging platforms in the enterprise
Driving the social media bus
Building an Enterprise 2.0 culture
Internal & external communities
A big thank you to all that took the time and effort to submit an abstract. Steve and the Advisory Board have got some reading to do.
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