Mobile Security and Bring Your Own Device
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Quickfire 5 Speaker Interview Part 1: Risk vs. Reward: Mitigating Mobile Security Risk and Incorporating BYOD into your Mobile Strategy
David Makuta, Mobility Architect, Caterpillar joins the Enterprise Mobility Exchange to discuss how he is educating business stakeholders to help them work out what they want from mobility, as well as establish and implement robust governance structures in the business to help mitigate mobile security risk. David indicates where he feels the solution provider community could help him in this process, in particular providing information on deploying mobile technology cross border – a challenge for many companies.
IDC Interview: Charting the Key Trends in Enterprise Mobility to Watch Out for in 2013
Join Nick McQuire, Research Director - EMEA, IDC Research to gain a better understand of the latest trends impacting on the enterprise mobility industry, including adoption of Android in the enterprise and consumerisation of IT.
Royal Mail Interview: Making 3rd and 4th Generation Investments in Enterprise Mobility
Richard Law, IT Director, Mail Operations, Royal Mail joined the Enterprise Mobility Exchange to share exclusive insight into Centrica’s mobility initiatives, and to give his views on the rapidly evolving enterprise mobility market – including the consumerisation of IT, mobile strategy, BYOD and mitigating mobile security risk.
6 Pillars for Building a Successful BYOD Program
As the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement continues to gain traction across enterprises, it’s critical for IT executives and other decision-makers to develop a practical plan for managing, monitoring, and tracking employees’ mobile apps and how they’re using them for work. A successful BYOD program benefits organizations and employees while protecting valuable enterprise applications and data.
Gain further insight on this pressing challenge from our partners at Apperian, and find out how businesses can achieve higher productivity from employees and potentially higher satisfaction from customers whose needs are met more quickly and efficiently.
If you’re interested in Mobile Security and BYOD then check out the 2013 Enterprise Mobility Exchange - request an invitation if you’d like to be considered for a place