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The 451 Group at ICT 2008Matthew Aslett, November 19, 2008 @ 5:30 am ET
Next week I’ll be jetting over to Lyon to attend ICT 2008, the European Commission Information Society’s research event for information and communication technologies.
It promises to be a fascinating and lively event and will examine topics such as European Union priorities in ICT research for over €2 billion of funding available in 2009-2010, the major current technological trends which impact upon strategic research planning, and public research policies to stimulate research and innovation.
As part of the event I will be presenting on day one on the subject of the state of the OSS industry and commercial adoption open source, as part of the session on Security and Quality issues for Next-Generation OSS in a Business Context.
Meanwhile my colleague William Fellows will be presenting on day two as part of the session on Advanced technologies for virtualized systems and platforms for the future internet, while Csilla Zsigri is involved in the session on Architectures of participation: integrating experience, knowledge, info and data.
If you are planning to be at ICT 2008 and would like to meet up with any of The 451 Group team for a meeting, informal chat, or just to say ‘hi’ please drop us a line or come and see us at the sessions.
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