Mark Ridley

Director of Technology

reed.co.uk

Kim Hill

Director - Colleague platform

Barclays PLC

Nick Truman

Head of Information Security

Balfour Beatty Construction

Phil Durbin

Head of Corporate Systems

The Salvation Army

Damien Lachuer

IT Demand Stream Lead

Givaudan International

Richard Absalom

Senior Analyst, Consumer Impact Technology and Integrated Media

Ovum

Don Kavanagh

Head of Business Architecture

Security Industry Authority

Alan Murray

SVP Products

Apperian

Richard Edwards

Principal Analyst, Consumer Impact IT

Ovum

Mike Gibson

Enterprise Sales Director

BlackBerry

Paul Roberts

Enterprise Mobility Specialist

Citrix

Adrian Drury

Practice Leader and Senior Consultant, Integrated Media and Consumer IT

Ovum

Blueprint for the Future of Enterprise Mobility

Moving the Enterprise Mobility Agenda Forward

BYOX World Forum has been renamed to reflect the matured thinking around enterprise mobility, which is so much bigger than simply BYO. Mobile First incorporates governance, strategy, security, devices, apps and culture; addressing the challenges in supporting a truly mobile enterprise and ensuring the best employee experience to promote productivity, cost savings, business process improvement and satisfaction.

Building on our excellent reputation of unbiased analyst-led research programmes, top quality speakers and next generation technology innovations, Mobile First: From BYOX to Mobile First brings another though-provoking event in the IT and technology landscape, with a host of new features including the quick-fire case studies, bite-sized insights, interactive panels, practical workshops and cutting edge analyst opinions.

Offering both a strategic overview covering the business critical issues around mobility, such as multi-screening behaviour, mobile applications for the enterprise, data security and privacy; to provisioning for the future; this programme delves deeper and explores the practical implementation of the above cornerstones of enterprise mobility.

Topics Include:

  • Enabling the mobile-first enterprise: Supporting mobile as a primary channel for customer engagement, and to connect an increasingly virtual workforce
  • Sourcing in a technology transient world: Hear from your suppliers as they discuss their roadmap  for the future and explore the changing procurement model as technology constantly evolves
  • Data Governance, Privacy and Data Protection: Delivering the latest update on policy, exploring how to gain employee trust and helping to build your mobile privacy policy
  • Mobile apps to drive the next phase of enterprise mobility: Beyond mobile email, how are organisations mobilizing core business applications and using apps to drive business process improvement
  • Debate: Post BYO – Who should take ownership: From self-service support to centres of excellences, who should take responsibility, and what has been the response.
  • Infrastructure provisioning: Discussing the latest innovation disruptors within mobility:  Office365, Cloud, SaaS
  • MDM vs. MAM vs. Virtualisation: Sharing practical experiences

A holistic, global approach to Enterprise BYOD and application flexibility

From delivering network security and mobile device control, to content distribution, workspace management,
governance, and through the entire life-cycle of mobile application development, recognized experts from AT&T and Ovum will answer your questions and help you build and refine your BYOX roadmap.

  • Mobile Enterprise Management: How to take a holistic approach to BYOD. From network security and device control, to content distribution, workspace management, governance, and through the entire life-cycle. Challenges of global, carrier-agnostic, end-to-end solutions for multiple device operating systems.
  • Mobile Application Flexibility: Paradigm shift – ease-of-use and continuous improvement is a must have. How APIs and application platforms enable rapid prototyping.
  • Facilitating innovation: How AT&T approaches innovation, inviting employees to participate, crowd-sourcing, ecosystem, being nimble in a large Enterprise.

Presenters: Richard Absalom Ovum Principal Analyst and David Gibson, AT&T Mobile Security Director
Date: June 6, 2013 from 8 to 8:45 am
Dexter House, No.2 Royal Mint Court, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4QN, United Kingdom

Please register here. Use Priority code OBB

The Breakfast Briefing is limited to 20 participants.

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During the event you can tap into Ovum’s expertise through one-to-one consultations with our analysts at the Analyst Clinic.

Here, in 30 minute meetings, you will be able to discuss the challenges facing your organization and get personalized advice on how the latest trends in business technology will affect your business and your industry sector. Ovum’s global IT and Telecoms analyst team and experts in their respective fields, are available to meet with you. We encourage you to take advantage of this experience by securing a one-to-one meeting in advance to be sure of availability, or on the day.

On the money and worth the trip.

Gerry Brown, Managing Partner, Cascadia Connections

Good content, well presented.

Ian Scott, CIO-ISP-POL Info Pol 4, MOD

Very useful to understand the facts behind the hype.

Nigel Bacon, IT Director, Arts Council of England

Timely and well constructed.

Sanjay Maraj, Global Practice Head of Mobility, BT

Extremely useful and timely event on a hot topic.

Nikholai Bozhilov, Executive Chairman, Unimasters Logistics plc

“The Ovum sessions were excellent, as was the venue.”

Stuart McRae, Executive Collaboration Evangelist, IBM

Focused agenda, good mix of presenters.

Richard Medcalf, Director IBSG Economics Practice, Cisco Systems

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