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Ben Kepes is a technology evangelist, an investor, a commentator and a business adviser. His business interests include a diverse range of industries from manufacturing to property to technology. As a technology commentator he has a broad presence both in the traditional media and extensively online. Ben covers the convergence of technology, mobile, ubiquity and agility, all enabled by the Cloud. His areas of interest extend to enterprise software, software integration, financial/accounting software, platforms and infrastructure as well as articulating technology simply for everyday users.

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7 responses to “Announcing the CloudAve Decent Access Initiave (DAI)”

  1. David Terrar

    Nice guy, eh…cool!… and cheers for the reference. As you might have guessed I agree completely, and I’ll be joining the DAI.

  2. David Terrar

    I’ve been speaking at SOMESSO in Zurich… guess what? WiFi has been up and down like a wh…. you know what I mean. Will post on DAI later – hope we start a movement.

  3. Zoli Erdos

    @David,

    I suppose they did not find Swisscom in Zurich… like the Office 2.0 and Defrag teams did in the US :-)

  4. Ben Kepes

    @David – as I always say – united we stand, divided we fall

    @everyone

    GRT Grand in Chennai, India has free WiFi everywhere in the hotel

  5. Business Two Zero » Blog Archive » Always say DAI - conference WiFi

    [..] So, please join us in theDecent Access Initiative, and always say DAI to our conference organizers. [..]

  6. Business Two Zero » Blog Archive » Always say DAI - conference WiFi

    [..] So, please join us in theDecent Access Initiative, and always say DAI to our conference organizers. [..]

  7. What’s a Web Conference Without the Web? | CloudAve

    [..] Conferences have changed, especially the Web-focused ones. We no longer get there to passively sit and listen, but to participate.  There may only be room for 4-5 people up on the podium, but the rest of the crowd (formerly known as the “audience”) follows, challenges on Twitter, FriendFeed.. etc,  tries out the new services simultaneously while they are being demo’d on stage, remote participants join in via the video-stream …etc.   So if you want to participate, rather than just listen and being talked to, I suggest you join Ben’sDAI initiative, expand it to conferences, and put those who fail on your boycott-list. [..]