From: d...@ux5.lbl.gov (Dadong Wan)
Subject: Conference on the Business Use of the Information Superhighway
Date: 1 Dec 1994 12:57:45 -0500
Organization: University of California at Berkeley
"BUSINESS AT THE DAWN OF THE INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY ERA:
CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES, AND STRATEGIES"
JANUARY 12 & 13, 1995
Hyatt Regency, San Francisco Airport
1333 Bayshore Highway, Burlingame CA 94010
Corporate sponsors: Bank of America, The Gap, McKesson,
MCI, Pacific Bell, Oracle.
The Center for Information Technology & Management (CITM) and the Berkeley
Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE) at the University of
California, Berkeley, are pleased to present a conference exploring business
opportunities, challenges, and strategies of the Information Superhighway.
At this two-day meeting, industry leaders will share and discuss their
experience, strategies, and vision on how to leverage the emerging national
and global information infrastructure.
Come join us for the first major conference on the business of the
information superhighway, addressing
* The emerging electronic marketplace
* Network-enabled business reengineering
* Interfacing private networks with the public info-highway
* Global information infrustructure and multinational business
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12
7 - 8:00 AM Registration/Continental Breakfast
8 - 8:15 AM Opening Remarks
Professor Arie Segev, Director, CITM
William A. Hasler, Dean, Walter A. Haas School of
8:15 - 9 AM Opening Keynote Address
"Business At The Dawn Of The Information Superhighway:
Challenges & Opportunities"
Eric Benhamou, CEO & President, 3COM
9 - 10:45 AM SESSION I
"The Information Superhighway As An Electronic
Moderator: Michael Borrus, BRIE
"The Smart Valley Project"
Harry J. Saal, President & CEO, Smart Valley, Inc.
"The Financial Services Revolution"
Daniel Schutzer, Vice President &
Director of Advanced Technology, Citibank, N.A.
"Media Server Technology and Business On The NII"
Gerry Held, Sr. Vice President, Media Server Division,
10:45 - 11 AM Coffee Break
11 - 12:45 PM SESSION II
"Network-Enabled Business Reengineering"
Moderators: Raymond Miles, Walter A. Haas School
Claiborne Johnson, CITM
"Network-Based Reengineering In Today's Corporation"
Gregory Tucker, Vice President, CSC Index
Pearleen Chan, Managing Director & CEO,
Singapore Network Services Pte Ltd.
J. Edward Muns, Director of Corp. Engineering,
12:45 - 2 PM Lunch Speaker
"The Administration's Vision For Business On The NII"
Jonathan Sallet, Director, the Office of Policy &
Planning, U.S. Department of Commerce
2 - 3:45 PM SESSION III
"Interfacing Private Networks With The Public
Moderator: Francois Bar, BRIE
"Development Of Super High Speed Networks"
Richard A. Hronacek, Director,
California Research Education Network, Pacific Bell
"Taking Advantage Of The Public Information Highway"
Charles A. White, Senior Vice President, First Data Corp
"Delivery Of Real Time Financial Information"
John Taysom, Vice President, Reuters New Media Inc.
3:45 - 4 PM Coffee Break
4 - 5:45 PM SESSION IV
"Moving Toward A Global Information Infrastructure"
Moderator: Edward M. Roche, CITM
"Providing Global Telecommunications Services To
Eugene Eidenberg, Assistant to the Chairman, MCI
"International Financial Services"
Kelly McGowan, Chief Technology Strategist of Salomon Brothers
"Agile Design & Manufacturing: Building The Virtual
John Hancock, Manager, Information Resource Management,
Boeing Defense & Space Group
5:45 - 6 PM Closing Remarks
6 - 7 PM Reception
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13
Workshop: Commerce On The Public Network
7:15 - 8:00 AM Continental Breakfast
8:00 - 8:30 AM CITM Research Overview
8:30 - 8:45 AM Coffee & Refreshments
8:45 - 10:15 AM Breakout Sessions:
Conference Review & Discussion
10:15 - 10:30 AM Coffee & Refreshments
10:30 - 11:15 AM Keynote Speech
Jim Barton, President & CEO, Interactive
11:15 - 1:00 PM Buffet Lunch/Adjourn
Each of the four sessions includes three 20-minute presentations
and a 45-minute discussion.
For More Information:
Contact Mindy Ha, Conference Coordinator,
CITM, phone: 510/643-5316, fax: 510/642-2826,
internet address: c...@haas.berkeley.edu
First, fax reservations to Mindy Ha. Then, mail in check with reservation
form below. Reservations are confirmed by paid registration.
Make checks payable to UC Regents.
Payment received by Friday, December 7 $695
Between December 7- January 6 $795
After Friday, January 6 $895
A limited number of academic registrations are available at
$250 on a first-come first-served basis.
By December 7 none
After December 7 $200
Hotel accommodations can be reserved by
directly contacting the Hyatt Regency at SFO,
phone 415/347-1234, fax 415/347-5948.
To reserve your space at the Conference on Jan. 12 -13, 1995, please fill
out this form and mail with check (payable to UC Regents) to CITM,
University of California, 554 Barrows Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720-1930.
Name (Last, First) _____________________________________________
Country (outside the US) _______________________________________
Phone ________________________ FAX _________________________
Center for Research in Management
University of California ph: 510/643-5316
554 Barrows Hall fax: 510/642-2826
Berkeley CA 94720
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