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October 9, 10 & 11, 2001
Swallow International Hotel, London, UK

Microsoft finally made its move into Content Management in July 2001. Its
Content Management Server (CMS) runs on Windows 2000 and is competitively
priced against established CM vendors' products. Rumour has it that CA
will also soon be announcing its Jasmine Advanced Content Management
product and that Oracle has a big CM marketing campaign planned for later
this year.

With the very large software players now entering the market, the predicted
shake-out in the CM market has begun with Divine, Inc. acquiring Open
Market. Both Ovum and Bloor Research size the CM vendor community at
around 150 companies. Surely they cannot all survive?

A good place to obtain expert independent advice on this and many other CM
matters is the upcoming 'Content Management 2001' conference. Philip
Howard and Peter Ward will review the positioning of Microsoft and the
expanding choices of CM on the desktop. Other topics covered include
multi-lingual CM and managing CM within email. CM Benefits, ROI and how to
choose a CM supplier are all described, as well as the likely future for
mobile content, content infrastructure, delivery, standards and
globalisation. Major case studies featured include Linklaters & Alliance
and Sun Microsystems Europe. Vendor presenters include Documentum, e-Space,
Obtree and Interwoven.

New this year is a Web Usability Day on 9 October covering case studies,
client-side usage monitoring, Web design for utility rather than vanity,
performance management, usability testing and a new Patterns language for
Web usability. This day is sponsored by speed-trap.

The conference is owned, designed and managed by ELM. More details,
including delegate registration at

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