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Download this Enterprise Mobility Exchange, Europe 2016 Post Event Report to discover stats on who attended, what solutions delegates are investing in and what happened at the event. Also included is a mobility trends review from CCS Insights, plus video presentations from Philips on driving business growth through harnessing mobile, TVH sharing insights into the opportunities of the IOT data treasure chest and much more!
As the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement continues to gain traction across enterprises, it’s critical for IT executives and other decision-makers to develop a practical plan for managing, monitoring, and tracking employees’ mobile apps and how they’re using them for work. A successful BYOD program benefits organizations and employees while protecting valuable enterprise applications and data.
Gain further insight on this pressing challenge from our partners at Apperian, and find out how businesses can achieve higher productivity from employees and potentially higher satisfaction from customers whose needs are met more quickly and efficiently.
With an exclusive foreword by Dr Brian Laughlin, Technical Fellow, Technical Architecture and Strategic Planning at The Boeing Company and Advisory Board member for the Enterprise Mobility Exchange and other key industry insights from Google, GE Capital, Coca-Cola T-Mobile and British American Tobacco; the brand new The Global State of Enterprise Mobility: A Look to the Past, Present and Future report gives a deep insight into the investment priorities and challenges of leading enterprise mobility and IT professionals.
- Exclusive insights into the delegates top areas of investment for 2015 – 2016
- Key attendance stats so you can see just who participated
- Uncover core discussion themes & industry trends
- Watch unique presentations and interviews with mobility leaders from Forester, TVH, Schiphol Group and many more!
Over the past year, the Enterprise Mobility Exchange has brought together hundreds of IT, field service and commerce decision makers to delve into their greatest challenges and identify their biggest investment priorities. We have researched with and surveyed this diverse network of leaders – covering different industries and geographical regions - and have compiled this guide, to give you unrivalled insight into the needs and priorities of enterprise mobility practitioners. We hope that you find this both informative and useful when considering your strategies this year.
The Solution Provider Information Pack gives you detail and insight into the business development opportunities available at the Exchange. Allowing you to visualize how your company can benefit from attending the event, meeting with the senior attendees and, perhaps most importantly, discover how the Exchange model can ensure you are securing the right business, at the right time.
How can you drive transformation?
How is mobile technology and innovation impacting the enterprise structure?
How can mobile be used to drive digitalisation?
Your exclusive eBook on How to Drive Innovation and Business Value Digitally and Operationally will provide you with the answers to these questions, with real-life insights from our experts at Airbus, Deutsche Post, TVH and Ryanair.
Lookout's Practical Guide to Enterprise Mobilty Security, covering what it is, why it matters and how to implement it in your organisation.
This research was carried out with senior decision makers cross industry who are attending the Enterprise Mobility Transformation Exchange in Europe whose top investment areas included:
- Cloud Computing at #8
- Augmented Reality at #14
- Device Security at #4
Want to know how your priorities compare to the rest of the industry? Want to know what the number one investment priority was for 2017? Download the report now
Whitepaper from Scolvo on 10 tricks to prevent mobilization fails in B2E apps. In this whitepaper, they outline the ultimate do's and don'ts of enterprise application development, to guide you through your way to successful mobilization.
The Enterprise Mobility Transformation Exchange has laid the foundations for you to springboard your digital strategy and drive innovation through benchmarking and networking with an exclusive group of digital and technology leaders. We create unique networking and learning opportunities and bring together some of the best speakers across Europe. And your schedule is tailored to your needs, so you have the opportunity to have private one to one meetings with technical innovators as well as partake in think-tanks based around your interests.
Ahead of the Enterprise Mobility Transformation Exchange, in Berlin this May (23-24), attendees were asked what their top business challenges are and which tools and solutions they plan to invest in over the next 6 - 18 months. This infographic lists the top 15 and five of the main challenges they are facing when trying to implement these solutions.
Download the infographic below to see if your priorities are aligned with your peers or if your solution is listed.
Our partners SyncDog have provided this whitepaper on how BYOD is fueling the fire of endpoint device data risk and five steps you can take to tighten up your endpoint device security.
The IT Cost Savings from BYOD is Undeniable, but the Potential Revenue Loss and Damage to your Brand from Cyber-Breach is Your Greatest Threat.
Pradeo’s White Paper 'The path towards a GDPR-compliant mobile framework', describes how to ensure the security of data manipulated by a mobile fleet and by mobile applications.
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