Mobile Enterprise & Security

This track seeks to educate attendees about BYOD and IT consumerization and the best way to deal with external threats, hackers and viruses. It will help companies embrace mobile enterprise platforms as a service and Mobile Data Management and is impact on enterprise solutions. Hear from mobile, security, IT and SaaS experts on solutions and products that can help make mobile devices an intricate part of any enterprise architecture and make sure it is secure for both employees and customers.

September 29, 2015

Time Session
1:30 PM
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1:45 PM
Opening Keynote by Tim Bajarin mes

Speaker:
Tim Bajarin, President, Creative Strategies

1:45 PM
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2:15 PM
Smartphones & Tablets – The Workhorses of Enterprise mes

One of the major shifts in IT workflow is that in the age of information, the need to respond to co-workers and customers needs to be faster and filled with accurate information and communications in order to operate an efficient business. To make that happen, smartphones and tablets have become critical tools to help those in the enterprise work in untethered environments and react to the needs of all involved in the business process. This session will look at the ever increasing role of smartphones and tablets in the enterprise and delve into how to use mobile devices to become more effective and responsive to optimize the workflow between a company, its employees and their customers.

Moderator:
Tim Bajarin, President, Creative Strategies

Speakers:
Stephane Maes, VP Product Management & Portfolio Planning, Motorola
Kirk Schell, VP & GM, Commercial Client Solutions, DELL

2:15 PM
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2:45 PM
Mobile First mes

What are the opportunity and challenges with a mobile first approach to IT design? There is a new approach to mobile enterprise called “Mobile First” which says that the next generation of IT solutions must be built around a mobile first strategy. The idea that mobile sits at the center of any new IT project is controversial, yet it is has serious merit given the role mobile devices play in the new IT environment. We will look a the opportunity and challenges of a mobile first approach to IT design and explore whether it makes sense to start new IT projects with a mobile first mentality.

Speakers:
Bob O’Donnell, President, TECHnalysis Research

3:00 PM
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3:45 PM
Empowering & Securing the Mobile Workforce mes

Mobile devices bring new challenges to the enterprise. While they improve employee productivity and their interaction with customers, they also bring great challenges to IT departments who must secure them and protect the data that resides on them. Key issues like mobile device management, mobile security and mobile apps are key to making mobile devices work well in order to meet the needs of any company. Our session will explore the newest tools and security measures available to manage and secure mobile devices effectively and make them more effective tools for the enterprise.

Moderator:
Mark Weinstein, CEO & Co-founder, MeWe

Speakers:
Tim Bajarin, President, Creative Strategies
Jeremy Bennett, Consumer Chief Architect, McAfee
Arti Walker-Peddakotla, Product Manager, NowSecure

3:45 PM
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4:30 PM
Future Trends in Mobile mes

Our panel of experts will share what trends they see in mobile devices, apps and solutions that will shape the next generation of mobile enterprises.

Moderator:
Tim Bajarin, President, Creative Strategies

Speakers:
Rodger Desai, CEO, Payfone
Arun Mathew, Principal, Accel Partners

4:30 PM
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5:00 PM
Wearables/iOT in Mobile Enterprise mes

Will Wearable’s and IOT impact the mobile enterprise?

Two of the hottest trends today are Wearables and IOT. Are wearables the next BYOD device with which IT must respond? Can they increase a user’s mobile ability to meet mobile enterprise demands? Are IOT and its plethora of connected devices destined to impact the workflow of enterprises? How will wearable devices and IOT complement the enterprise? We will explore all of these questions and more in this important session on wearables and IOT in the enterprise.

Moderator:
Tim Bajarin, President, Creative Strategies

Speakers:
John Aisien, SVP, Marketing and Corporate Development, Mocana
Chris Rouland, CEO, Bastille Networks