The employee of tomorrow will use multiple screens and a patchwork of connections and technologies to be as productive as possible. But all of those devices, networks and technologies will prove challenging for IT departments still struggling to manage smartphones and tablets.
Key mobile executives will join us at Mobilize on Oct. 16 and 17 to explain how businesses can fully leverage the next generation of mobile while minimizing the inevitable risks of an always-connected world. Topics will include:
BYOD: bring your own devices
The BYOD movement is set to collide with the internet of things, which will force IT departments to manage an array of connected gadgets and ever-increasing amounts of data. SAP Mobile Services’ JP Finnell and Microsoft’s Brad Anderson will discuss strategies and policies that enable businesses to get the most out of their employees’ devices safely and securely. And Omar Javaid of Hewlett-Packard will tell us what kind of devices, services and apps will have the most impact on the enterprise.
How mobile and the cloud are changing business communications
The emergence of the cloud is already changing the look of communications in the enterprise, enabling businesses to reduce their hardware costs and break free of inflexible contracts. Twilio co-founder and CEO Jeff Lawson will explain how his company is taking on major incumbents like Avaya and Cisco by providing fast, scalable solutions for a variety of communications needs.