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The next generation of mobile is likely to transform the enterprise even more drastically than it transformed the consumer market. Join us in October along with executives from Hewlett-Packard, Twilio and AirWatch as we discuss how businesses can prepare for an increasingly connected world.

mobilize2013_210x140_promopostv3The coming wave of connected devices and the apps that run on them promise to be very beneficial to businesses who know how to leverage them. But they also present substantial challenges for the IT departments that will manage them.

At Mobilize, we’ll talk with key executives about how businesses can leverage the next generation of mobile as users become more connected. Just a few of the topics we’ll cover include:

Coping with an explosion of connected devices

The mobile enterprise has become far more complex as businesses and other organizations struggle to manage a growing variety of smartphones and tablets purchased and used by their employees. Those struggles will only increase as the BYOD trend picks up steam and wearable devices make us more connected. Hewlett-Packard’s Omar Javaid will tell us how the BYOD trend will increasingly affect the enterprise, and AirWatch Chairman Alan Dabbiere will talk about the strategies and policies that will be most effective in managing all those gadgets.

Leaning on the cloud to cut communications costs

Corporations are beginning to turn to the cloud to minimize traditional telecom costs and potentially eliminate inflexible contracts. Jeff Lawson will discuss how Twilio is taking on behemoths like Cisco and Avaya with fast, scalable offerings for a variety of communications needs.

Join us at Mobilize next month as we explore the opportunities and challenges of the next generation of the mobile enterprise.

See the full speaker list here, and take a moment to register today.

  1. Mobile Matters Sunday, September 8, 2013

    Interesting topics. it would really good to know what makes HP an authority on enterprise mobile?

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