Mobile Device Management, 2013 – Delivering an Enterprise Mobility and BYOD Strategy for Corporate, Business and Government

Whitehall Media, the UK’s market-leading business-to-business multi-platform media group is delighted to announce the launch of the latest of a series of new conferences: Mobile Device Management, 2013 – delivering an enterprise mobility and BYOD strategy for corporate, business and government.

The event will be held at the Hotel Russell, London, on 9 October, and promises to be the largest Mobile Device Management event of the year. The Conference is being be sponsored by a number of industry-leading companies like Intel and Blackberry, and partnered by Computer weekly and Enterprise Management 360˚.  Mobile Device Management 2013 is an event geared towards senior business, technology and operational leaders of corporations who are charged with purchasing, deploying and managing mobility and the mobile workforce in their enterprises. The event is already proving to very popular and a large number of mobile device management end-users have already signed up to attend what promises to be the most-prestigious MDM Conference of 2013.

Mobile Device Management (MDM) is one of the fastest growing areas in the IT industry. As smartphones and tablets proliferate, and more and more people bring their personal devices into the workplace, the management of these devices is becoming a critical issue for CIOs and corporate management. The western European market for enterprise mobility management and security is set to reach £468m in 2015, so it is self-evident that enterprise mobility is becoming essential, yet implementing security, policy and compliance across a diverse set of devices, networks and applications is still proving to be something of a hurdle.

2013 is destined to become the year of Mobile Ascendency, as smartphones and media tablets surpass PCs in both shipments and spending and mobile apps generate more revenue than the mainframe market. However, that is just part of the overall equation. With the explosion of mobile devices and applications in the enterprise and the challenges brought by bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives; mobility is becoming a key responsibility within IT. Having a mobility strategy is now a critical requirement for many organizations, but that applies to more than just email and internet access on a mobile device. Now the question for many IT departments and mobility managers is simple – which approach toward MDM should we take?

Mobile Device Management, 2013, is designed to strip away the rhetoric and provide attendees with a clear understanding of the latest developments in BYOD, enterprise Mobility and how to develop a comprehensive mobility strategy that best suits their business requirements. A visit to Mobile Device Management 2013 is the perfect opportunity to meet the entire Enterprise Mobility, MDM and BYOD community all under one roof. In a single visit you will be able to obtain expert advice, research and compare the very latest products and services from world-class companies.

The event will provide the groundwork for developing, implementing, and maintaining a best practice mobility plan and policy. The major elements involved in ensuring mobile security and management including MDM systems, internal app stores, and self-service portals will be discussed, along with an overall program for how these systems must be developed in line with the specific business goals of the organization.

From attending the seminars in this one-day event you will gain a unique perspective into how to research, develop and deploy a BYOD strategy and obtain key insights into what is coming down the road in Mobile Device Management and other key developments from the key players in the IT industry who are forming future policy in the MDM space.

Since a one size fits all strategy is not feasible this event is designed to ensure that all delegates come away with a clear idea of how they can develop and finalise their BYOD strategies. Join us on October 9 in Central London 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.