Constellation Research is in London this week
It’s now been a bit more than a month that I have relocated to London. Now that I have settled in, it’s time to participate more in the incredible UK ecosystem.
It starts tomorrow. I feel really honored to speak at Digital London, a new conference that has been hitting all the right notes in its organization. Just look at the speaker’s roaster and the various tracks [PDF]. I’m really looking forward to it.
Here’s Adam Malik and me talking a bit  about the changes that digital is bringing to businesses. Think of it as a teaser to my talk on Wednesday, March 13, in which I’ll focus a bit more on why mobile is the gateway to the so-called ‘consumerization of IT’ trend, and more generally, on what I like to call the rise of context.
My colleague and friend, R “Ray” Wang will talk tomorrow morning about ‘The Future of Digital Solutions, Content & Services’. You will have to catch him for me as I will be chairing the Innovation, Technologies & Platform track at the same time with Matt Brittin from Google, Anastassia Lauterbach from Qualcomm, Dave Tansley from Deloitte and David King from Logica.
On Wednesday morning, I’ll be chairing the ‘Digital & Technology Futures’ track with Stephen Bates from RIM, Dr. Mike Short from IET, Niall Murphy from Evrythng, Benjamin Woo from IDC and two ExactTarget fellow, Phil Cool and Andrew Chothia.
In the afternoon, I’ll be speaking during the ‘Next Generation Innovation’ track. From digital commerce to mobility, I think I’ll feel at home in there.
The title of my presentation? ‘The Next Generation Customer Experience’.
You can still register if you want to see us.—
- well when I say a bit …you know I can be enthusiastic about what I do and this industry. [↩]
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