The preparations for the Burton Group Catalyst Conference in San Diego are in full swing. I had the opportunity this morning to listen and review dry runs of several of the presentations in the Future Work: Any Time, Any Place track. This set of dry runs were the presentations for The Economy and the Gen-Y Workforce: Forcing New Collaboration Models part of the track. Much of the content is based on study by Mike Gotta on the current state of social networking in the enterprise. It is always good to have so much great content that it is difficult to decide what is the most important to present.

For my part, I will be presenting in the Networks for Dynamic Enterprises – Unified Communications: Still the Next-Gen Phone System? and the Future Work: Any Time, Any Place – SaaS: What Can I Do Today? tracks. My dry runs are later this week and into next week.