Zepheira team members James Leigh (contractor), David Wood and David Feeney and customer Gene Oates have had a paper accepted for the International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems and Web Technologies. The paper, entitled A Semantic Object-Oriented Rules Approach for Trusted B2B Exchange, will be presented in Orlando, Florida during July 13-16 2009 and published in the subsequent conference proceedings.
The Spring 2009 issue of PricewaterhouseCoopers’s Technology Forecast focuses on semantic technology. It features an interview with Zepheira partner Uche Ogbuji and highlights Zepheira’s overall contributions.
The Library of Congress is collaborating with Zepheira to develop a pilot platform to allow communities of interest to interconnect their information.
Laura Campbell, chief information officer of the US Library of Congress, is featured in “Bye, Tech: Dealing With Data Rot”, a segment on the CBS Sunday Morning television program, March 1, 2009. Campbell was interviewed regarding the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program, an effort funded by by The Library to develop a national strategy to collect, archive and preserve the burgeoning amounts of digital content for current and future generations. Zepheira is launching a joint project with the NDIIPP program to showcase the tremendous value of digital information being preserved for current and future generations.
Uche Ogbuji discusses how Semantic technologies are key for information management professional to realize the much-hyped benefits of “Web 2.0”. The occasion is the Society for Information Management meeting on Tuesday February 17, 2009, with the theme “Web 2.0 – The Paradigm Shift”.
On April 7th Zepheira partners Eric Miller and Uche Ogbuji will be presenting “Websheets – Web-based Data Integration of Spreadsheets” at Enterprise Data World in Tampa, Florida
On November 20th Zepheira partner Uche Ogbuji will be presenting “An enterprise roadmap for semantic technology” in a free teleconference seminar series led by Earley and Associates