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Last week we heralded a beautiful webcast arising from a "bitch of a survey" we ran at the start of the month and which many of you completed. Thanks for that.

Now it's time to bang the drum for the second and final webcast inspired by that monstrous survey. This one is called Delivering information across the Enterprise.

So here's the drill - and sign-up, all on one useful page:

What is it: A Free, live, interactive Regcast you can join from your PC

When is it: 9th December 2008, 2.30pm (GMT)

Join The Register and industry experts as we try to get to the bottom of Information Delivery across the enterprise.

Reg broadcaster Tim Phillips hosts the event, which features industry experts and independent analysts from Freeform Dynamics.

What will you learn

We will spend one hour exploring the glut of information and communication related technologies and seek to understand the challenges, pitfalls and success factors required to create the optimum working environment for business users. So tune in for insights on how business users can make timely decisions, collaborate effectively with their colleagues, and deliver efficient reporting on their activities.

Here are the topics we will discuss, inspired by a poll of the Reg Tech Panel:

  • What we mean by an "Optimum Working Environment" for business users
  • What is the true value of business intelligence tools, collaboration systems, unified communications and other productivity enhancers in this context?
  • What does the role of IT become in terms of how it defines, architects and delivers software that can enable optimum business user productivity?
  • Practical considerations and advice for achieving the best results in terms of both quick wins and long term gains

How you can get involved

Those of you joining us live can grill the speakers and get responses to your pressing questions.

Registration takes a couple of minutes, max, and it's free. Let's get this party started.

Reserve your place now!

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