Mobile Device Management
The flood of mobile devices into the marketplace from Apple, Google and other vendors, along with the rapid consumer and corporate adoption of smartphones, tablets, and netbooks, is driving the need for corporations to evaluate what data these devices can access and how they should be managed in the workplace.
We use our Tablets, Notebooks, Pen-based Computers, and Smartphones to store contacts, proprietary information as well as private and personal information. Many of these devices are authorized to access sensitive corporate information via the Internet at anytime from anyplace via cellular and wireless networks.
We install applications to our mobile devices that extends their functionality and usefulness. Most applications function as
advertised while others do more than advertised and share information about the device’s use, data storage, and access privileges to unknown parties.
On Thursday, August 9, 2012, 9:00am discover the security features built into Apple’s iPhone, Google Android, Tablets, and Netbook devices. Learn best practices to manage your networks for Mobile, the services each device can access, the different types of data-sharing applications that can be installed, and how information is “secured.”
Explore common and emerging work practices of mobile ownership such as the “bring your own device to work” methodology, partitioning your device for private versus corporate information, and mobile device management case studies of best practices being used around the world. Learn how to structure your mobile strategy so that when one employee leaves your company they don’t take half the business with them.
Everyone wants the device of their choice in the workplace. This one-day session on Mobile Device Management will help you discover some of the incredible benefits and challenges with managing mobile in the workplace.
This course will appeal to Business Owners, I.T. Managers, and anyone responsible for digital policy within their organization. Participants will walk away with a good understanding of what mobile devices are capable of in the workplace and what you can do to manage them in a way that offers freedom without compromising corporate competitiveness.
Cost is $99 and includes breakfast and lunch. Start time is 9 AM.