Mobile Device Management 2013 – The UK’s leading Mobility Management event

Due to the increase of mobile devices and applications including mobile phones, smart phones, tablet computers etc. and the bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives,creates a multitude of challenges to major companies. The intention of MDM ( Mobile Device Management) is to find a solution for managing these devices in the work place. Companies are alarmed at the rate of employee adoption of mobile devices to access corporate data. Management of these devices is becoming a key issue of importance for CIO’s and the corporate management team. As the number of devices connecting to the secure company network increases it accelerates the risk of intrusions and hacking.

2013 is set to be the Year of “Mobile Ascendency” as smart phones and media tablets surpass PCs, mobile apps are due to generate more revenue than the mainframe market.

MDM (Mobile Device Management) software monitors, manages, secures and supports mobile devices distributed across service providers, mobile operators, and enterprises. The functionality of MDM typically includes over-the-air distribution of applications, data and configuration settings for all types of mobile devices.

Mobile Device Management 2013 is planned 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.

Many organisations require a mobility strategy as it is more than just email and internet access on a mobile device. The key question now is simply “Which approach toward MDM should we take?” this applies to both company and employee owned BOYD.

The Mobile Device Management 2013 event is 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.

  • Mobile Device Management 2013 topics
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
  • Enterprise Mobility Business Strategy and establishing Corporate Mobile Device Policies
  • Mobile Application and Email Management
  • Mobile device management Strategy, Governance and best practice support
  • Enterprise Mobility and the Implications for Security
  • Mobilising your Workforce through Mobile Technology to Improve Business Performance
  • Next Generation Workspace and Device Management: Addressing workforce evolution with mobility and desktop virtualisations.