Enterprise Mobility Exchange, East Coast: Event Preview 2015

The Enterprise Mobility Exchange, East Coast will be taking place in Atlanta, Georgia this year, from the 7 - 9 July at the Loews Atlanta Hotel.

The exciting annual event is fast approaching, set to bring together 80 CIOs, VPs and Heads of Mobile Workforce, Field Service, IT, Fleet Management and Operations from enterprises across the East Coast of the United States, widely regarded as the must-attend forum for the Enterprise Mobility community.

The elite group of mobile and enterprise IT professionals that will be participating in the sessions over the three days has built a great deal of anticipation among those that will be attending, and includes:

Mark Crandall, Chief Information Officer, Consulate Healthcare

Paige Francis, Chief Information Officer, Fairfield University

John Leabeater, Senior Mobile Architect, Coca Cola North America Group

Michael Park, Director of Mobile Operations, National Football League

Eileen Bridges, Director, Mobile Security Advisor, Aetna

Marty Resnick, Head of Mobility Strategy, Koch Industries Inc.

John Jackson, Program Vice President for Mobility Research, IDC

In addition, some of the topics which will be covered during the Exchange, which are set to address the most severe pain points for the broad range of the senior-level practitioners in attendance, will include:

Security Masterclass: Where's the Balance Between Security and Usability?

This session will give attendees the opportunity to dive deeper into what is consistently one of the biggest challenges within Enterprise Mobility: security. According to Gartner, "As enterprises’ use of mobility becomes increasingly complex, their requirements to protect data and support users will become more complex as well." This session will explore how to walk the fine line between security and usability when implementing mobile solutions for a workforce.

Build Your Own App Workshop

This unique session will place attendees into teams to create their very own mobile application, whilst enjoying networking with peers. Each team will be creating an app concept including the benefits, features and name, and will then present their ideas to the moderator of the session who will decide which app is the best.

End User-Only Strategy Session: "What You Want vs What You Need"

This session is will showcase various speakers' expertise to the audience by demonstrating the ability to solve some of the most widespread mobility conundrums. Delegates will provide the panel with a list of challenges, which will be used to build short scenarios and solved with the constructive sharing of ideas and experience.

For more information about the Enterprise Mobility Exchange, visit the website to view the full agenda, browse the speaker panel, and request an invitation.