Mobile operating systems on smart phones and tablets are invading the enterprise at break-neck speed, and the practices of “bring your own device,” (BYOD) and “company owned, personally enabled,” (COPE) are compounding the issue. This shift – from relatively stable mobile environments of the past to a diverse mobility landscape – challenges IT professionals in the areas of access control, policy enforcement, security of confidential data on users’ devices, and myriad other mobility issues.
That’s where Network World’s BYOD and Mobile Device Management Tech Seminar comes in. Attend this timely, one-day event and learn from BYOD industry experts, IT professionals and leading product and service vendors.
Attend Network World’s Tech Seminar on BYOD and Mobile Device Management to:
Join us on June 28th in Chicago and learn first-hand how to manage the plethora of new end points coming into the organization and how to best maintain a secure, mobile workforce.
|Who Should Attend?|
- CIOs and CTOs
- SVPs, EVPs, and VPs responsible for their organization's network and involvement in strategic initiatives around the mobile device management
- IT and Network Executives and Managers
- Senior level analysts, architects, engineers
|Presenters Include:||Venue Information:|
Michael Eisenberg, Global CISO, Aon Corporation
Jason O'Sullivan, Senior Director, Technology, Classified Ventures
Marc Varner, Senior Director, Global Information Security, McDonald's Corporation
Robin Layland, Contributing Writer, Network World Challenge Series; President,
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