SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 13, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BroadVision (Nasdaq:BVSN) ( http://www.broadvision.com/ ), a pioneer in e-business and enterprise social networking solutions, today announced that it is bringing author and technology consultant Geoffrey Moore to the BroadVision Clearvale SecondFloor speaker and social networking series. The event – titled "From the Chasm to the Cloud" – takes place Tuesday, November 9th after the closing of the second day of the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara, California. [Attendance at this event is limited. To sign up, visit http://secondfloor.clearvale.com/ ]. Moore, who has been a key figure in helping companies bridge the gap between business and innovations in technology, is author of "Crossing the Chasm" and other business classics. As an evangelist of cloud computing and business collaboration, Moore will discuss the new requirements for doing business in the post-Web 2.0 economy. Beginning at 5:30PM and taking place at network meeting center Techmart in Silicon Valley, the event has limited seating, and will open and close with refreshments, and a chance for participants to meet and interact with industry leaders and executives. BroadVision Clearvale SecondFloor (CSF) is a global consulting community that matches some of the best thinkers and practitioners in social technology with businesses and partners that are innovating on the BroadVision Clearvale TM network. The speaker series brings social web technology and strategy experts together with consultants and customers to share knowledge, experiences and best practices. "Geoffrey Moore is a particularly apt choice for the next slot in our speaker series," said Giovanni Rodriguez, CMO at BroadVision and Executive Director of BroadVision Clearvale SecondFloor. "For years he has helped organizations to grasp some of the most important trends in business, technology and marketing, and his current interest in the cloud brings something special to the Enterprise 2.0 Conference. We're looking forward to a fun and lively conversation."