Jupitermedia Corp. to host Inbox 2007

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Jupitermedia Corp. will be hosting the Inbox 2007 e-mail marketing conference at the San Jose Marriott from May 31 to June 1.

The event will bring together business, IT, vendor and industry pioneers in a forum setting. The conference program will cover messaging, collaboration and social media, security, privacy, compliance, infrastructure and operations.

Details on specific sessions and speakers are still being determined. Updated information on the event can be found at www.inboxevent.com.

Beyond the educational sessions, Inbox exhibits will showcase products, tools and services for sending, processing, storing and receiving e-mail and using messaging more efficiently than ever.

Inbox has been redesigned for 2007 to deal with the rising trends of Web 2.0. Content will cover immediate messaging issues, evaluate technologies that align with their businesses, network with their peers and learn best practices.

Maurene Caplan Grey, the founder and principal analyst of Grey Consulting, an independent research, advisory and consulting firm in the messaging and collaboration markets, has been appointed as the event's conference director.

Grey's background in the industry over the last twenty years includes membership in the ARMA International collaborative environment task force and serving as a SIIA CODiE 2007 Awards judge. Grey is also an advisory board member and research fellow of the Society for New Communications Research.

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