Gilbane Boston 09: Focus on Content, Collaboration and Customers

In the CMS world, December on the horizon also means the Gilbane Content Management Conference is coming quickly to Boston. And, we’re proud to say, The CMS Myth is an official media sponsor for the December 1-3 event at the Westin Copley Hotel.

Myth followers are entitled to a $200 event discount; simply use code CMSMYTH at web registration.

Here’s how the event shakes out:

December 1 is focused on pre-conference workshops. December 2-3 focus on the core conference sessions and a vendor expo that includes roughly 50 CMS vendors of every stripe – a great chance, in one room, get questions answered and see demos in action.
But wait, there’s more!

• The CMS Myth’s (and Connective DX’s) own Jeff Cram will speak about web content management and marketing success with client Genzyme in Content Management in Practice I (Dec. 3, 9:40 a.m.) and later in the day (2 p.m.) Jeff will moderate Best Practices for Moving to a Modern Web Content Management System.

• The CMS Myth will also be an anchor in the Expo Hall, doling out wisdom on your web content management questions: how do you wrangle a CMS vendor search? How do you make sense of the vast market? How best to plan a web content management project? How to prioritize the strategic and marketing issues before chasing a tech solution? Throw your best questions at us; just look for our CMS Myth booth space.

Readers may recall we launched The CMS Myth blog at Gilbane 2007 (we recently published a recap Two Years On: Still Puncturing Myths and Taking Names.) For sure, the CMS market never, ever stops evolving and changing, and Gilbane Boston is a premier one-stop-shop to keep pace with the changes.

About the Author
David Aponovich

A former 'CMS Insider,' David is relentlessly focused on the gap between vendor speak and customer adoption. In addition to keeping a keen eye on industry trends, he works with clients on the cultural and process implications of CMS that are so often overlooked. David wrote for the CMS Myth during his time working at Connective DX (formerly ISITE Design).

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