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In December 2006, he presented on Business Continuity at the Technology Manager's Forum in New York City.

In November, he was on a panel moderated by Keith Mallinson at the Yankee Group Telecommunications Industry Forum entitled "Enabling Enterprise Communication Transformation".

In September 2006, Mr.  Weinman was one of the panelists at the Fairleigh Dickinson University Silberman College of Business "Open Innovation" Conference, featuring author Henry Chesbrough of the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley.

In August, he presented "IT and Communications Convergence" at the AT&T CIO Event in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

At the same event, he participated on a panel with Polycom, IBM, IDC, and Avaya.

The highlight of the event was Marcos Pontes, Brazil's astronaut / cosmonaut.

In June 2006, he presented at the CIO 100 event in Niagara Falls, sponsored by CIO World Magazine, with keynote presenter John Manley, former Deputy Prime Minister of Canada.

In May, he presented "Emerging Business Models and Distributed Technologies for Productivity" at the Vancouver Board of Trade.

Here with Henry Lee of the Vancouver Board of Trade and Ken Hannan, then of AT&T Canada.

Also in May, he presented at the EMC World Technology Summit in Boston.

In April, he keynoted Light Reading's Future of Optical Networking event at the Westin Times Square in New York. Here's an overview.

In February, he presented in Beijing at the American Chamber of Commerce.

He also presented in Hong Kong, at the EuroEvents Banking and Finance Technology Forum.

In December 2005, he kicked off the joint Light Reading / TIA Master Class series in New York.  The web video on Light Reading TV is here.

Prior to that, he supported BEA's 10 year anniversary and Think Liquid Launch Event at the NASDAQ.

He also presented at the Insurance Accounting and Systems Administration annual conference at the invitation only CIO Roundtable.

And also the Technology Manager's Forum, in New York City.

He participated on a panel moderated by Stan Gibson, the Executive Editor of eWeek, addressing Technology-Enabled Business: Assessment and Future-spective in June of 2004, as part of the New England Business and Technology Association's (NEBATA) Leadership Roundtable Series.  Also on the panel were Walter Bender, Executive Director of the MIT Media Lab, and Juan Enriquez, Director of the Harvard Business School Life Sciences Project.  At the same event, Mr. Weinman was privileged to award NEBATA's Circle of Excellence Award to Dr. Kenan Sahin, here together with NEBATA head Tom Hopcroft.

Other engagements include presentations at the 2004 EMC Technology Summit in Orlando, the 2005 EMC Technology Summit in New Orleans, the 2006 EMC Technology Summit in Boston, the USTA TelecomNext event in Las Vegas, Utility Computing World in NYC, the IBM Advanced eBusiness Council in Ft. Lauderdale, the Tier 1 ISV Conference in Las Vegas, the IEEE Conference on Computers and Communications in Tel Aviv, and IIR Finland in Helsinki, the Federal Office Systems Exposition in Washingon, DC, Disaster Recovery Journal FallWorld and SpringWorld in Orlando and San Diego, Contingency Planning and Management in New Orleans and Baltimore, Enterprise Systems Journal in Baltimore.



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