O'Reilly European Open Source Convention - October 17-20, 2005 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Session

Enterprise E-mail is Broken
John Robb, VP of Products and Marketing, Zimbra

Track: Products & Services
Date: Tuesday, 18 October 2005
Time: 16:50 - 17:35
Location: St. John's Room II

Enterprise email is broken - challenges like overflowing inboxes, the overhead of organizing correspondence, as well as the cost of managing storage, availability, retention, compliance, and so on are all conspiring to make corporate email an interminable source of frustration among users and administrators alike. Major changes are on the horizon, and these changes are being accelerated by companies that are leveraging the Linux and Open Source communities to deliver innovative new collaboration solutions. This session will highlight and demonstrate what's in store for enterprise messaging:

  1. Fixing email: what's broken in enterprise messaging today
  2. Technology demonstration: Some concrete proposals for the future
  3. Architectural issues (AJAX, search, extensibility, performance, caching, security, fault tolerance, retention/archiving, etc.)



Diamond Sponsors

Computer Associates International Inc., (CA)
IBM

Gold Sponsors

Microsoft

Silver Sponsors

ActiveState
Alfresco
Intel Corporation
LINAGORA
MySQL
Oracle
Red Hat
Sleepycat Software
SpikeSource
Zimbra

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boing boing
C/C++ Users Journal
Hakin9
OpenSourceMag
Ping Wales
Ping Wales
Security Horizon
Software Developers Journal
Software Network
WebDevMagazine
Wydawnictwo Software

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