Research In Motion will host the seventh annual Wireless Enterprise Symposium (WES) from May 13 - 15, 2008 in Orlando, Florida. WES is the biggest BlackBerry event of the year and draws a comprehensive ecosystem of leading vendors and experts from the wireless industry together for a truly unique event.

This year the symposium will feature 140 exhibitors in the solutions showcase and host thousands of delegates from over 80 countries worldwide. WES provides an exceptional opportunity for enterprise customers, carriers, ISV's, developers, resellers and system integrators to gather, collaborate and form new business relationships.

WES 2008 co-sponsors include Alcatel- Lucent, IBM, SAP, TeleNav, AT&T, Brightstar, Conceivium Business Solutions, Google, HP, Neverfail, Rove Mobile, Sony Ericsson, Sprint Nextel, Symbian, ThinPrint, T-Mobile USA, Verizon Wireless, Viigo, Vodafone, and Zenprise. Leading experts from Forrester Research, IDC, Yankee Group, and Ovum will also be in attendance.

Keynote speakers at this year's Wireless Enterprise Symposium include James M. Kilts, Ray Kurzweil, Mike Lazaridis, Bob Stutz and Bob Picciano. Mr. Kilts, has a world-class reputation as a business leader and is well known for reviving companies like Nabisco and Gillette. Mr. Kurzweil, an inventor, entrepreneur, author, and futurist, has had his ideas on the future touted by many famous fans. Mr. Lazaridis, is well known as a visionary, pioneer, innovator and engineer of extraordinary talent. He is Founder, President and Co-CEO of Research In Motion. Bob Stutz, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Industries and CRM is responsible for driving SAP's Industries as well as CRM Product and Strategy. Bob Picciano, General Manager, Lotus Software 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. In addition, a broad array of general sessions, technical seminars, case studies, demonstrations, exhibits, training, labs and workshops will be offered.

Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2008 features four tracks with a choice of more than 100 sessions to enable attendees to customize and maximize their learning opportunities.

Architecting and Managing the Wireless Infrastructure

This track recognizes that no two IT infrastructures are exactly the same and features more than 25 sessions focused on building the most flexible, agile and manageable deployments for IT administrators. Attendees will be provided with tools and techniques for making strategic choices as they look to roll out and expand their BlackBerry solution within the scope of their own unique environment and the requirements of their business.

Developing Enterprise Applications

Developers are well aware that the demand for wireless applications has never been stronger. This track will demonstrate developer tools like BlackBerry MDS Studio and Java frameworks for building and implementing the best applications for each business need. Developers will focus on improving business processes and fast tracking application development for mobilizing SAP, Lotus Domino and .NET applications using the BlackBerry platform.

Mobile Insights and Opportunities

Leading industry analysts will present insights, trends and results that enterprises are achieving around the globe. Representatives from companies with successful deployments will also illustrate the ideas and methods that have changed the way they do business and brought real competitive advantage through mobile technology.

The BlackBerry Solution and Beyond

The BlackBerry solution continues to define mobility and offer organizations new ways to operate and compete effectively. This track offers a roadmap of the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution giving insight to planned features and enhancements and the implications for organizations.

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