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Speaker and Technology Analyst Jeff Kagan Available to Present at Your Meeting

ATLANTA, Aug. 4, 2009 — Technology analyst Jeff Kagan is available to speak at your upcoming meeting. Over the last 20 years Kagan has spoken at hundreds of meetings, large and small, to groups of employees, customers and executives.

Kagan follows wireless, telephone, cable TV and IPTV, Internet, computers and software.

As an analyst Kagan meets with and follows most major competitors and studies the changing market and offerings. He follows the winners and losers. He talks about what is happening now, and what is coming.

Kagan discusses …

  • What's Hot, What's Not, and What's Next?
  • How changing politics will impact our industry.
  • Where this industry came from, where we are today, where we are heading tomorrow.
  • Understand how different industries are colliding and how competition is changing.
  • Who is winning, who is losing, and why.
  • What will be the next industry changer like the iPhone?
  • The competitive moves of wireless and cellular competitors like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-mobile, and others like Clearwire.
  • The wireline telephone companies like AT&T, Verizon, Qwest, CenturyTel and Time Warner Telecom.
  • All the cable television and IPTV players like Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, AT&T and Verizon.
  • Wireless handset makers like Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, LG and Sony Ericsson.
  • Smartphone makers like Apple iPhone, RIM BlackBerry, Palm Pre, Samsung and HTC.
  • Equipment and software makers like Alcatel-Lucent, Nortel and Cisco.
  • Internet, computer hardware and software companies like Microsoft, Apple, Google, Yahoo, Dell, IBM, HP, Lenovo, Fujitsu, Intel and Qualcomm.
  • How is the industry changing? Morphing. So many companies. So many technologies. So many sectors coming together and competing. So many ideas. So much change. So quickly.
  • How to market going forward. Advertising and public relations. How to remain fresh and keep on the radar while the industry is reinventing itself. Examining new opportunities and new challenges.

Says Kagan, "The technology industry and all its sectors continues to transform itself. Every year existing companies are moving into new areas. Apple moved into wireless with the iPhone. Google and Microsoft are now in the cell phone software business. Computer companies are selling netbooks in wireless stores. What's next?

"The opportunities are huge, incredible, but the risks are just as large. Companies have to make moves into new areas. They have to grow and expand. They have to re-make themselves or risk becoming irrelevant and stagnant.

"Through laughter and tears, through cheers and jeers, it's time to prepare for the opportunities and the challenges of 2010, 2011 and beyond.

"Lead. If you don't, your competitor will."

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