“Mobility has been widely explored — can it be leveraged beyond user experience to drive not just productivity, but capability and growth?”
Paul Hearns, Editor, TechPro magazine
Mobility as an enterprise facility has been widely explored, bringing together the best of smart connected devices and unified communications.
But what are the next steps in mobility? Can it be a strategy in itself to help drive not just productivity but also supporting workforce management, customer experience and even opening up to the Internet of Things?
This upcoming TechFire briefing on 7 December will explore how mobility can be leveraged beyond user experience to provide an increasingly diverse array of resources to mobile workers and customers to provide a rich experience that drives not just productivity, but capability and growth.
Attendees will hear from David Cadenhead, CIO, CityJet, who will discuss how the rigorous security and quality standards of the airline industry inform every aspect of his organisation’s mobile IT applications. The winner of Mobility Project of the Year in the 2016 Tech Excellence Awards, CityJet’s Electronic Flight Bag is a model of best practice in deploying IT mobility.
Mobility experts Damian Duffy and Paul Conaty will be joined on the panel by Suzan Sakarya, an expert in moble threat protection and data cost management.
Moderator Paul Hearns will lead the discussion: it adds up to a focused two-hour update on current thinking in enterprise mobility: essential information for IT professionals.
Don’t miss it! TechFire briefings are free to attend but registration is required: confirm your place now.
David Cadenhead, CIO, CityJet
Rigorous security and quality standards in the airline industry inform every aspect of CityJet’s mobile IT applications. David Cadenhead will outline his company’s strategy, including its award-winning Electronic Flight Bag — just one example of how IT mobility can drive competitive advantage.
Suzan Sakarya, Channel Manager EMEA, Wandera
Cyber security expert Suzan Sakarya, who has seen the transformation and evolution of threats over nine years in the industry, will contribute to the panel discussion on mobile threat prevention and data cost management.
Damian Duffy, Head of Mobility, eir Business
Damian Duffy will explore how mobility can be leveraged beyond user experience, to provide an increasingly diverse array of resources to mobile workers and customers to provide a rich experience that drives not just productivity, but capability and growth.
Paul Conaty, Solutions Architect, CWSI
Companies need to harness the possibilities of mobile by shifting their approach from tactical, to strategic to transformative. Paul Conaty will present the approach which needs to be taken to ensure business success.
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