At its second Dresden Future Forum, to be held on 16th November, T-Systems Multimedia Solutions will be hosting a range of interesting lectures and discussions with well-known experts. With his lecture on „Web 2.0“, Tim O’Reilly will be inviting participants to discuss the future of the Internet. The forum will focus on the new possibilities for social exchange that modern technologies are creating.
Along with Tim O’Reilly, who contributed significantly to the definition of the term "Web 2.0", Prof. Richard Scase, Britain’s highly influential business strategists, Dr. Curtis Carlson, innovation driver and CEO at SRI International, and computer scientist and artist Jaron Lanier will be presenting their respective viewpoints and visions in Dresden. This panel of world-class experts will analyse how Internet use is expected to change over the next few years.
"With the Dresden Future Forum we hope to establish an initiative that examines the influence of the digital world on our lives and provides a link to the world of business. We look forward to an exciting congress focusing on the currently controversial hype issue of “Web 2.0”. The participating speakers are guaranteed to provide interesting analysis and new perspectives", says Dr. Klaus Radermacher, CEO of T-Systems Multimedia Solutions.
More information on the congress and the speakers is available on the Internet. T-Systems Multimedia Solutions will be posting current developments relating to the theme of the congress to the weblog on this site.
T-Systems is one of Europe's leading providers of information and communications technology (ICT). Within the Deutsche Telekom Group, T-Systems serves business customers. The company has 52,000 employees in over 20 countries worldwide, and posted revenues of approximately €12.9 billion in 2005. On April 1, 2006, T-Systems took over the shares in gedas AG from Volkswagen AG. gedas generated turnover of around €606 million in 2005 and serves customers in the automotive, transport, logistics and public sectors.
T-Systems provides ICT solutions for multinational corporations on a global scale. To grow internationally, the company is intensifying its activities in specific western European markets and strengthening its presence in important key automotive markets, such as Latin America and Asia.
T-Systems optimizes processes and cuts costs for its customers, giving them greater flexibility for their core business. Services span the entire ICT value chain – from infrastructure and solutions to business-process outsourcing.
T-Systems Multimedia Solutions (t-systems-mms.com) is part of T-Systems and develops eBusiness solutions for both global corporations and small and medium-sized businesses. Multimedia Solutions provides services such as development and operation of portals for the telecommunications, services & finance, public & healthcare and manufacturing industries. The company also provides cross-industry solutions for online marketing, eProcurement, eCommerce, eServices, eLearning, etc. In 2006, the company won the New Media Service Rankings for the fourth time in a row.