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Don't miss the Association Technology Conference in Washington, DC Feb 12 - 14

Lori Halley 05 February 2007 0 comments

With our lives operating at a fast speed, it's easy to miss important events. But please don't miss this one. I think the 2nd Annual Association Technology Conference is the best possible use of our time. According to the ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership, " this conference is the only technology conference for the association community."

The three day conference that will be held on February 12-14, 2007 in Washington, DC brings together an excellent group of thought-leaders, pioneers, and the next generation of users to discuss major trends and technological innovations that will impact your organization now and in the years ahead. It provides valuable strategies and solutions that you can take back and put to use right away. Here's what you'll find during these three days:

Microsoft 2007 update
The conference will kick off with a bonus session featuring Microsoft's 2007 new operating system (VISTA) and including everything from Office to Sharepoint. Get a first hand glimpse at how these technologies can help you better manage documents, organize your workload, and collaborate with coworkers.

Hands-on experiences
Evaluate technology solutions from Microsoft and close to 100 vendor exhibits including Blackbaud, Blackboard, Inc., GetActive Software, RegOnline, Advanced Solutions International Inc, IRM Systems Inc. and Research In Motion. Also, choose from more than 25 Learning Labs where topics such as online strategies for associations, VOIP, best practices for managing web site content, project management, and strategies for effective webinars will be discussed.

Connections with the association community
Walking around the conference are senior staff association executives, chief technology officers, IT specialists, association and nonprofit CEOs and senior technology staff, small business owners and staff who manage technology initiatives. Add to the mix Microsoft product team members and industry experts and you immediately see why this conference crowd is like no other.

Block the dates on your calendar and plan to join me for a truly valuable experience. If you're already going, let's connect there. Email me at db@wildapricot.com 

For more information and to regsiter, visit www.technologyconference.org.

I'll look forward to seeing you there.

Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot] Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Monday, 05 February 2007 at 6:07 PM
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