INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
The mission of the IT Seb-Committee is to:
Help drive the continuing evolution of business information companies in the digital age with a three-pronged approach:
- Help our fellow media executives understand the role of technology - both solutions and practices - in achieving their business objectives.
- Help technology executives in the business media space expand and better use their professional knowledge and resource networks and share and vet best practices as related to business infromation.
- Help our companies recognize new technology-based trends, issues and opportunities to enable innovative business strategies and tactics.
Experts from three different companies that specialize in delivering content to video and mobile devices like iPods, cell phones and PDAs joined the Wednesday, June 6th meeting to talk about the kinds of services they provide their clients, solutions for monetizing video content and how the role of IT professionals in the B2B space might be impacted by the growing use of video to deliver content! Interested in more details? ABM members may click on the 'Resources' link below to access the meeting minutes.
The members of the committee are developing a platform of free resources & tools as a practical way for executives and IT professionals from the business media space to gain immediate access to solutions and ideas - just one of ways the committee is fulfilling the objectives of their mission statement!
Click on the 'Resources' link below to access:
- An IBM CEO-CIO study, Outsell study on agile development, Google malware research, a cost-comparison list of streaming video providers and Newfangled Web Factory research on rapid new product development.
Additional Committee Minutes & Resources (*ABM Members Only)
Information Technology Committee
IBM CEO / CIO Study
New Product Development
Outsell Hot Topics - Agile Development
Ghost in the Browser- Google Analysis of Web-Based Malware
June 6, 2007
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