Tablets are changing the way we live, work and play. This new device burst onto the scene in 2010 and is projected to explode over the next twelve months. A number of popular devices are already in market and more are on the way.

Many Canadians are considering purchasing one for home or business use. Yet many of us are wondering:

  • How are people using tablets and where do they fit into our daily lives versus netbooks, smartphones and other devices?
  • How are businesses using tablets to tackle critical challenges?
  • Will tablets threaten or revolutionize the media landscape?
  • And how will our content and lives stay connected amid a proliferation of devices?

The expert speakers at TabLife, brought to you by Rogers Communications, will seek to answer some of these questions. Please join us on Friday, December 3, 2010 for a half-day of in-depth discussion, insights and analysis from technology, business, media, publishing and marketing experts.

Venue MapFriday, December 3, 2010
8:30 a.m. – 12:40 p.m.

Velma Rogers Theatre
333 Bloor St. E.
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Dr. Wendy Graham

Dr. Wendy Graham MD, CCFP, FCFP

Dr. Wendy Graham, the Founder of AFHTO, The Association of Family Health Teams, is the past Medical Director and Lead Physician with North Bay’s Blue Sky Family Health Team and…
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Margaret Stuart

Margaret Stuart

Margaret Stuart is National Vice President at SAP BusinessObjects Canada. She has broad and deep experience in Enterprise Software solutions, including how tablets are emerging as an important new tool.…
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Ron Hulse

Ron Hulse

Ron Hulse leads Samsung Electronics Canada’s B2B and Digital Convergence businesses. As Samsung’s products, including the new Galaxy Tab, become more integrated and convergent, Ron ensures Samsung delivers the right solutions…
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