I've been invited to speak at the Office 2.0 Conference in San Francisco October 11-12. I'll be speaking about something in which I've been immersed for the past few months: data synchronization among applications, both desktop and hosted.
Synchronization is listed as an Office 2.0 bug and rightly so, but I'll argue that it could turn out to be one of the new paradigm's greatest strengths. My session will also include the public debut of a sync system that's been keeping me busy, plus maybe a surprise or two.
I'm flattered to be included among the speakers, among which are such familiar names as
Space for the Office 2.0 Conference is limited and discounted early registration ends September 1, so if you're interested I recommend you sign up now. I hope to see you there.