Unlike startups, enterprises have years of applications, data and workflows behind their product. Whether this legacy strengthens a new generation of tools or bogs down business agility is entirely a matter of proper execution and picking the right tools for the job.
The modern workforce is mobile, requiring access to enterprise applications and data anytime, anywhere. Users demand high performance and personalized user experiences. From native versus hybrid versus HTML5 to coding versus no-coding platforms to on-premise versus cloud-based solutions, IT has never had more decisions to make — while still maintaining the security and manageability of current enterprise apps.
In this webinar, our panel will discuss these topics:
- How do key infrastructure differences between established enterprises and green-field startups affect mobility planning?
- What are the benefits and risks of enterprise mobilization?
- What are the most common mistakes businesses make when creating a mobilization strategy?
- What development and management tools are available to IT, and what are their strengths and weaknesses?
- How can businesses build for an unpredictable future and avoid lock-in?
- What are the staffing and operational impacts of enterprise mobilization?
- How should IT manage security, compliance and manageability of apps as they mobilize?
- Derek Kerton, principal analyst, The Kerton Group
- Rich Morrow, founder and head geek, quicloud
- Bob Egan, founder and chief analyst, Sepharim Group
- George Mashini, CEO, Catavolt
Register here to join Gigaom Research and our sponsor Catavolt for “Out-mobilizing your competition: creating value with enterprise apps,” a free analyst roundtable webinar on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, at 10 a.m. PT.