More and more employees are using their own mobile devices for business - referred to as the "Consumerization of Mobile Devices" or BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).
In doing so, they expect to connect to your network - allowing them to synchronize their corporate email, calendar and contacts to their personal devices.
It's a growing challenge for companies interested in protecting their corporate data and presents a number of other challenges as well.
One thing is for sure - the mobile web is growing and so is the threat to your network(s). So, should you allow your employees access to your network? If so, who makes that decision on behalf of the company?
Can your IT team support multiple operating platforms (i.e. Blackberry, Droid, Apple)?
Perhaps you should consider "Mobile Device Management", however is it right for you?
We'll discuss this topic and more during the first in our two part series on the ever changing world of mobile devices. This session will be of particular interest to managers.
You will hear renowned speakers Tom Huegel and Sam Seriani, Senior Partners with Wireless Business Group (http://www.wirelessbusinessgroup.com/about.aspx) who are experts in this field.
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