This week's DEMO 2004 conference in Scottsdale, Arizona showcased 67 new products, services and innovations coming to the consumer and enterprise technology arenas in the next 12 to 24 months. Here's a breakdown of the hot desert show including an eWEEK.c
This weeks DEMO 2004 conference in Scottsdale, Arizona showcased 67 new products, services and innovations coming to the enterprise technology world in the next 12 to 24 months.
The fourteenth annual DEMO conference featured new desktop computing products, security innovations, blogging tools and emerging technologies in collaborative enterprise markets including presentations from 12 international companiesthe largest international presence to date.
To see all the action on and off the shows floor, along with a commentary on the best products, people and parties, take a look at Jim Louderbacks slideshow byclicking on the Slideshow image above.
News, Opinion and Views from DEMO 2004
eWEEKs Anne Chen reports on security products and services that increase the manageability and measurability of protecting enterprise investments. Get the story here.
eWEEKs Dennis Callaghan found a whole lot of enterprise collaboration offerings for connecting people inside and outside of organizations. Get the details here.
Check out Jim Louderbacks report on "Moblogging," a new location-based blogging technology and new RSS tools here.
And be sure to get eWEEK.coms Messaging and Collaboration Center Editor Steve Gillmors take on how tech conferences, including DEMO, can be a virtual experience.
Check out eWEEK.coms Messaging Center at messaging.eweek.com for more on IM and other collaboration technologies.