I’m heading back to my home state of Ohio for the next edition of our enterprise mobility seminar next Tuesday, June 3 at the Westin Columbus.
This series of seminars (we’re doing 9 in all for 2014) is one of my favorites. Not only do I get to talk about a subject that I’m passionate about, I also get to hear from attendees about their experiences with enterprise mobility management and BYOD, what they’re doing about it, what’s working, and where they’re having trouble.
If you’re in Columbus, I hope you can join me. You can catch me during the break to ask your mobility questions—it’s like free consulting!
You can read the complete abstract and session outline on the event website, but here’s my quick, off-the-cuff pitch:
We all know that today we have to deal with a flood of iPhones, iPads, Android, and tablets in the workplace, and that thanks to the BYOD, the consumerization of IT, and a concept we call FUIT, this is going to happen no matter what.
There are all sorts of tools out there to deal with this—mobile device management, mobile app management, secure email apps, file syncing apps, and more—but with all the acronyms, new terms, and hype, where do you begin?
This show will get you up to speed on all the most important parts of enterprise mobility management in just a few hours.
The first session starts off by taking a look at iOS and Android from the enterprise perspective, and then outlines all the enterprise mobility management technologies, including mobile device management and all different types of mobile app management. The second session covers real world use cases, from the basics of mobile email, MDM, and file syncing, all the way to “mobilizing” applications and what the heck an “enterprise mobility strategy” is.
We’ll finish with plenty of time for questions and answers, and if that’s not enough to convince you to come, we also have a drawing for some door prizes.
Columbus event and registration details
We’re holding Tuesday’s event from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Westin Columbus. (There’s also a hot breakfast for attendees starting at 8:00.)
The event is free, but you do have to register in advance. You can do that by heading over to Events.TechTarget.com/ITConsumerization or by calling Jeremy Caci at (617) 431-9701.
I hope to see you there, and go Bucks!