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TAG Content Management and TAG Social present Are you a victim of Information Overload Syndrome

3/21/2013 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM


Hodges Room

75 5th ST NW

Third Floor

Atlanta, GA 30308 Map

Date and Time

Thursday, Mar 21, 2013

05:30 PM - 07:30 PM Eastern

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Are you a victim of IOS (Information Overload Syndrome)?

Information our brains are expected to absorb will increase 30% annually. Any way you look at it, you (and your organization) WILL be impacted by IOS…if you are not already.

TAG Content Management and TAG Social are collaborating to pull together a panel of experts from Cox, CTS, Home Depot and Intellinet to discuss not only surviving IOS, but thriving with it….maybe even spreading it to your best friends.

When to push. When to pull. Too much. Too little. Curating. Managing. Reliability. Ease of Access. Do we need an in-house community dedicated to nurturing information sharing? See, even this description is going a bit overboard with data/words. We could go on with the challenges we all face with so much data. But our panel of content management leaders is going to boil it down to a level of simplicity and give you answers and best practices using case studies of what works and what does not.

Speakers are: Brendan Schwartz from Cox; Doug Pisik from Home Depot; Lee Reed from Intellinet; and Ron Jones from CTS and the chair of the Atlanta Sharepoint Users Group.

Whether you are a creator or a user of information…or a mix of the two, our next TAG meeting is something you won’t want to miss.


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Price: Regular (Feb 27, 2013 - Mar 21, 2013)

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