As usual, covering the London show was a whirlwind experience. As you can see, ITI’s editors were "all over" the show.
For my conclusions on web 2.0, you’ll need to read my editorial in January’s edition of Information Today (www.infotoday.com). Though I don’t quite always "get it," I am convinced it’s here to stay.
Among the many vendors on the show floor who have embraced and incorporated the new technologies is Teragram, who has just released the enterprise version of MyGADs, a service that supports users in creating, accessing, searching and sharing documents and pages through an Internet browser, Smartphones, mobile PDAs (e.g. BlackBerry or Windows Mobile phones) and mobile phones.
Teragram representatives Cailyn Clark and Seratendu Sethi showed me MyGADs
ITI V.P., Content