How to build a secure and effective policy in a multi-platform mobile environment
Are you being infiltrated by iOS and Android?
Evaluating whether traditional desktop virtualization vendors have appropriate solutions for the mobile space?
Wondering how to develop, manage and enforce a BYOD policy that protects your company's data -- while also catering to evolving regulatory compliance and privacy rules?
Thinking of ways to ensure that bogus or malicious apps aren’t on devices?
Trying to control liability issues caused by employees’ use of phones for both business and personal use?
Struggling with how to appropriately manage devices, platforms, and applications to address liability issues, non-disclosure, and most importantly, the corporate risk implications?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then you can’t afford to miss this 1/2 day seminar that is solely focused on helping today’s IT professionals manage the flood of non-Windows apps and non-corporate approved devices while still giving users the services they demand.
Join Jack Madden – revered blogger, recognized expert, author of the definitive book on mobile and EMM entitled Enterprise Mobility Management: Everything you need to know about MDM, MAM, & BYOD and frequent keynote speaker on all things mobility-related – and, for Seattle only, Brian Madden - Independent Analyst, Author, and Blogger at BrianMadden.com - for this 1/2 day seminar as they:
- Provides 5 tips you can use to manage iOS and Android today
- Weeds through vendor hype and so-called pricey “cure all” solutions in order to determine the tools and best practices most appropriate for ensuring that your organization’s EMM strategies are best equipped to securely deliver data and applications to today’s mobile users.
- 7 secrets to manage end-user risk, including how to implement and maintain an acceptable end-user mobile policy that establishes accountability of behavior to achieve compliance throughout your organization
- Objectively evaluates the pros and cons of different EMM techniques - including remote apps, web apps, HTML5, third-party MAM, and operating system enabled MAM (Such as iOS 7 and Samsung KNOX)
- Assesses different mobility management scenarios with specific tips on how to approach each
- Ensures attendees are well positioned to effectively manage today’s mobility headaches in the face of vendor rhetoric, escalating user demands/expectations, and an increasing array of options for managing mobility and delivering both applications and data
- Evaluating the most effective techniques for managing mobile security, user access control, secure data sharing, and eliminating hidden mobile vulnerabilities