Sprecher der Keynotes auf der DNUG-Herbstkonferenz

DNUG SprecherProf. Dr. Gunter Dueck
(IBM Deutschland GmbH)
Gunter Dueck ist IBM Distinguished Engineer, IEEE Fellow, Mitglied der IBM Academy of Technology und IBM Master Inventor. Er arbeitet an der technologischen Ausrichtung der IBM mit, an Strategiefragen und Cultural Change. Er ist Mitglied der Präsidien der GI Gesellschaft für Informatik und DMV Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung. Gunter Dueck studierte von 1971-75 Mathematik und Betriebswirtschaft und promovierte 1977 an der Universität Bielefeld in Mathematik. Er forschte 10 Jahre gemeinsam mit seinem wissenschaftlichen Vater Rudolf Ahlswede und gewann gemeinsam mit ihm 1990 den Prize Paper Award der IEEE Information Theory Society für eine neue Theorie der Nachrichtenidentifikation. Nach der Habilitation 1981 war er fünf Jahre Professor für Mathematik an der Universität Bielefeld und wechselte 1987 an das Wissenschaftliche Zentrum der IBM in Heidelberg. Dort gründete er eine große Arbeitsgruppe zur Lösung von industriellen Optimierungsproblemen und war maßgeblich am Aufbau des Data-Warehouse-Service-Geschäftes der IBM Deutschland beteiligt. Prof. Dr. Gunter Dueck publizierte satirisch-philosophische Bücher über das Leben, die Menschen und Manager: E-Man (2. Aufl. 2002), Die beta-inside Galaxie (2001) und Wild Duck (3. Auflage 2003). Die ersten zwei Bände seiner ganz eigenen Philosophie erschienen unter den Titeln Omnisophie: Über richtige, wahre und natürliche Menschen (2. Auflage 2004) und Supramanie: Vom Pflichtmenschen zum Score-Man (2003). Der letzte Teil Topothesie ist im Herbst 2004 erschienen. Der Springer-Verlag publiziert seine Werke unter der eigenen Rubrik Dueck's World. Seine Beta-Inside-Kolumne erscheint regelmäßig im Informatik Spektrum.
DNUG SprecherDavid Marshak
(Patricia Seybold Group)
David Marshak is Senior Vice President and Director Consulting Services of Patricia Seybold Group. As a Principal Consultant with over 15 years of industry experience, Marshak works with high-tech companies on marketing, positioning, and competitive issues. He works on creating and implementing strategies as well as assisting with product selection to enhance and improve customer experience and customer loyalty. As a Principal Analyst in the group's Strategic Research Service, his current research is focused on portals, collaboration and workflow. He has written many case studies showcasing the best practices of companies utilizing advanced technologies and customer focused strategies. Marshak is the author of Understanding and Leveraging Lotus Notes, the Notes Strategist Series, as well as Mission Critical Lotus Notes (Prentice Hall, 1996). He currently serves on the Patricia Seybold Group's board of directors and previously served on the board of directors of the Society for Management of Professional Computing (SMPC). Marshak has authored numerous white papers on electronic commerce, email, groupware and knowledge management. His work has also been published in Byte Magazine, Connect Magazine, Network World, Optical Insights, CommuniXcations and Computerworld. Marshak has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, New York Times, BusinessWeek, and Investor's Business Daily as well as the technical press. He has spoken worldwide to audiences, large and small, on emerging technologies and future trends.
DNUG SprecherUffe Sorensen
(IBM Corporation)
Uffe Sorensen is Lotus Technology Group Executive with the IBM Software Group and responsible for Europe, Middle-East and Africa. Uffe is the business unit executive leading the geography-wide community of I/T Specialists and Sales Engineers, who work with customers, partners, and alliances on IBM Workplace, Portal, Notes/Domino and other collaboration software.  As such, Uffe is responsible for all IBM Lotus pre-sales technical activities and on-going technical relationship management with the customer base. Uffe has held various management positions in the IBM Software Group since it's inception, and joined the Lotus organization in 1996 after IBM's acquisition of Lotus Development Corporation. Initially, Uffe drove Lotus' positioning to open standards and the Internet. In 1999, Uffe was leading Lotus' messaging and wireless activities in the region and was in 2000 named Chief Technology Officer for Lotus software in EMEA. After the integration of Lotus Development with the IBM Software Group, Uffe was named Technology Group Executive for Lotus software in EMEA. Before joining Lotus, Uffe worked 25 years for IBM in various technical and managerial positions in both development, marketing and sales - including authoring and publishing several SW product offerings for IBM. Uffe has maintained a strong focus on software for human interaction and collaboration since joining IBM in 1970. Uffe is a 1976 graduate from the Danish Technical University as Master of Science in high power electrical engineering.