Zu den Highlights der Konferenz begrüßen wir:

DNUG SprecherEd Brill
(IBM Corporation)
Ed Brill is Director, Product Line Management, IBM Collaboration Solutions.  In this position, Brill and his team are responsible for the product and market strategy for IBM's messaging, collaboration and productivity products, including Lotus Notes and Domino, IBM SmartCloud Notes, IBM Sametime, Lotus Symphony, IBM Docs, and other related social business software solutions. Brill's focus is on extending and growing the success of these software solutions through customer engagement, partner ecosystem, and leveraging the breadth and depth of the IBM organization. In eighteen years at IBM, Ed Brill has held a variety of sales, marketing, and product-related leadership roles. Brill has visited IBM customers in over 35 countries. Ed also authors a weblog on collaboration at www.edbrill.com, widely recognized for its reach into the collaboration software community and beyond.
DNUG SprecherKevin Cavanaugh
(IBM Corporation)
Kevin Cavanaugh is Lotus's Vice President for  Business and Technical Strategy. He is responsible for the business and technical strategy of IBM's collaboration business. For the past 9 years as Vice President of  the Notes and Domino business Cavanaugh has had engineering and business responsibility for the company's Notes and Domino products and for the client technologies that are used by those products. He has also managed the company's Advanced Collaboration product development teams and the International Product Development organization with development centers in Dublin, Tokyo, Beijing, Seoul, Taipei and Singapore. Cavanaugh's experience in the Far East also includes management positions as a consulting engineer and manager for Distributor Operations where he developed and supported new distributors in Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. He is currently on the board of the Boston CyberArts Festival and was previously on the board of the Unicode Consortium.
DNUG SprecherChris Crummey
(IBM Corporation)
Christopher Crummey is a Business Unit Executive for Workplace, Portal & Collaboration software within the IBM Software Group. Christopher has worldwide sales responsibility for the different products, with focus on the "cross-brand" solutions of the entire IBM Software Group. Christopher's major responsibility is to help shape the direction and key business drivers for these solutions.
DNUG SprecherProf. Dr. Ludwig Nastansky
(Universität Paderborn)
Prof. Dr. Ludwig Nastansky ist Emeritus für Wirtschaftsinformatik am Groupware Competence Centers (GCC) der Universität Paderborn. Seine aktuellen Aktivitäten erstrecken sich auf Consulting-, Vortrags-, Forschungs-, Entwicklungs- und Projekttätigkeit im Bereich des computergestützten Informations- und Wissensmanagements in innovativen IT-Szenarien, die vom e-Business bis zum privaten Sektor reichen, mit Schwerpunkten bei kollaborativen Systemen. Der Autor von zahlreichen wissenschaftlichen Publikationen und Entwicklungsprojekten von Software-Frameworks ist Gründungs- und Ehrenmitglied der DNUG. Er ist Vorsitzender des Aufsichtsrates der PAVONE AG in Paderborn. Als ständiger Gastprofessor am Chinesisch-Deutschen Hochschulkolleg der Tongji-Universität in Shanghai realisiert er zusammen mit seiner Frau Dr. Pei Wang-Nastansky Technologietransferprojekte in China. Im September 2008 wurde ihm von IBM der weltweit ausgeschriebene "IBM Faculty Award" verliehen.
DNUG SprecherFrank Niemann
(Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC) GmbH)
Frank Niemann ist seit Januar 2010 Mitglied des PAC-Teams in München. Er ist als Director für den Bereich Software zuständig und leitet PACs Software Research Program für die DACHRegion. Zuvor war er leitender Redakteur bei der Fachzeitschrift Computerwoche mit Schwerpunkt Geschäftsapplikationen.
DNUG SprecherAlistair Rennie
(IBM)
Alistair Rennie is General Manager, Lotus Software and WebSphere Portal, IBM Software Group. Mr. Rennie was appointed to this position in January, 2010. As general manager, Mr. Rennie has oversight for an extensive portfolio of collaboration tools designed to empower people to be more effective, responsive and innovative within the context of the work they do. This portfolio includes Lotus Software, software that enables businesses to communicate, collaborate and increase productivity, and WebSphere Portal, software that enables organizations to design their Web experience with personalized applications. He is a member of the IBM Integration and Values team, a select group of executives who provide leadership across IBM on various business and strategic issues. Mr. Rennie is also IBM Senior State Executive for Massachusetts, providing leadership for IBM in the community statewide. Mr. Rennie was previously Vice President, Development and Support, Lotus Software and WebSphere Portal, responsible for the strategy and development of IBM's Collaboration portfolio. He also led the worldwide technical support team dedicated to software client satisfaction. Prior to this role, Alistair led IBM Software Services for Lotus - a global organization consisting of highly skilled technical consultants working in more than 35 countries with clients to optimize value from the IBM collaboration portfolio. Mr. Rennie joined IBM at the Toronto Software Laboratory in 1989 and has held a number of executive roles within IBM Software Group with a primary focus on the introduction of new technologies. Prior assignments include Vice President, Marketing and Channels, Lotus, and Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Pervasive Computing. Mr. Rennie holds degrees in Economics and Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario.
DNUG SprecherProf. Dr. Olaf Resch
(Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht (HWR))
Olaf Resch unterrichtet als Professor IT-Management an der Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht in Berlin.  Er forscht zu Themen des IT-Managements, des E-Business und der Managementausbildung. Als Academic Advocate der ISACA® und Referent eines CIO Netzwerkes sowie durch seine Tätigkeiten als Berater und Aufsichtsrat, verfügt er über aktuelle Einblicke, was in der Managementpraxis wirklich zählt. Aktuell ist die 2. Auflage seines Buches: Einführung in das IT-Management Grundlagen, Umsetzung, Best Practice im ESV Verlag erschienen.