As revealed yesterday, V3.co.uk is hosting its first Summit event between Tuesday 10 and Thursday 12 November on the topic of Information Overload.
Our first Summit has been sponsored by IBM, who will also be participating in a series of live events over the three days. The first of these will be a live web panel debate, which will take place on Tuesday 10th November from 11am to 12pm. You can register for this event here.
During the hour-long session, our expert panel will discuss the reasons behind the information explosion, how it is impacting the way we live and work now, and advise on ways to benefit rather than suffer from the rapid data growth. We'll also be taking questions from the audience on any particular challenges or issues they're facing around managing information in the electronic era - registered guests can pose their questions during the session, or you can use the comment tool below to send in questions in advance.
We've also posted a reader poll that you can participate in ahead of the web panel debate on what V3 readers see as the main reasons for the Information Overload. You can register your vote here.
Check back soon for more details of the V3.co.uk Summit, including a live online Ask the Experts session on Information Management.
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