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Om Malik, Emily Chang, Pete Cashmore, Guy Kawasaki, Brian Solis, Chris Brogan, Deborah Shultz...if all or any of these names sound familiar, it's because they are some of the leading Web 2.0/technology experts on the Web today. In their various positions, they have all recognized a strong connection between Web 2.0 and Israel. Most recently, they were part of a panel of judges that selected ten of Israel's most promising Web 2.0 and Mobile 2.0 startups who presented at the.co.ils Web Startup 2008 competition.

The.co.ils is the leading Hebrew blog on the Israeli Web startup scene and is authored by Yaron Orenstein and Yami Glick. This year's competition, which took place in Tel Aviv, had over 280 entrepreneurs, VCs and other industry members in attendance. Om Malik of GigaOm gave the Keynote. While some of the selected startups cater directly to the enterprise and the enterprise 2.0 concept, the others represent the blurring boundary of information access between devices that IT professionals should also know about and understand.

The 10 Websites that were selected and presented include:

Wix is an authoring platform that allows users to create striking and easy-to-build web content in flash (web sites, widgets, blogs, etc.), and publish it anywhere they want online. Users can create content without coding in flash/html or being constrained by templates. At the heart of the product is the drag & drop editor that allows users to pull in any content from the web or from their own media files (video, audio, animation, text, etc.) and create web content.

WorkLight develops and markets a line of server products that allow organizations to do more business securely, using popular consumer Web 2.0 tools and technologies like iGoogle, Windows Live, Netvibes, Facebook, and others. Through WorkLight, employees, channels, partners, and consumers connect to protected enterprise data (and to each other) using Web 2.0 services.


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