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Submit a Proposal for San Francisco - Call for Papers Closes July 31

The Enterprise 2.0 team is gearing up to build the the program for the first annual San Francisco conference coming this November and we'd like to hear your success stories, case studies and the valuable lessons you've learned working with E2 tools and technologies in your organization. Submit your proposal through the Call for Papers, open until July 31. We're looking for sessions and workshop proposals in the following topics:

  • Building an E2 Business Culture
  • Conferencing Applications
  • Enterprise Blogging
  • Enterprise Mobility
  • Enterprise Search
  • Enterprise Software
  • Enterprise Software Mashups
  • Information Security
  • Integrated Collaborative Platforms
  • Messaging Applications
  • Microblogging & Emergent Platforms
  • Online Office Productivity Applications
  • Social Networking Applications
  • SaaS
  • Wikis and Team Collaboration Applications
Need a little inspiration? Check out the program agenda at the recent Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston to get a better idea of the focus and content we're looking for. Remember to get your submission in by midnight PST on July 31. We're looking forward to hearing about all the great work going on in the E2 community!

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