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“Enterprise mobility has moved far beyond ‘Bring Your Own Device’. In fact, devices are now merely a single element of a total enterprise mobility strategy.”
According to analysts, enterprise mobility management (EMM) is moving more toward the context of a workplace strategy, where the management of all endpoints and applications is integrated, delivering access to tools and data wherever needed, enabling enterprise multi-screen usage, with whatever device is at hand.
As part of a wider strategy, enterprise mobility can deliver appropriate, flexible, secure access as required — with the focus on value to the business, not managing devices.
This TechFire session on 11 November 2015, in association with CWSI and Mobile Iron, explored the new generation of EMM tools and techniques that release the value of smart connected devices, secure access and strategy-aligned data, to ensure your enterprise is driving mobility, and not being driven by devices.
Security Strategy & Architecture Manager, AIB
Experienced in advising on best practices for corporate security policies including DLP, BYOD and Security Awareness, David Cahill has recently overseen a variety of technical projects across AIB Group. These have included Cloud Services adoption, Advanced Malware protection, Mobile Device Management and IDS deployments.
CEO, Information Security Assurance Services
As an independent security consultant, Conor Flynn has advised some of Ireland’s largest public and private sector organisations on technical infrastructure design, Information Security strategy, Information Security Incident Management and systems procurement.
As Solutions Architect with CWSI, Paul Conaty has considerable experience implementing retail and field mobility solutions. He holds a number of security accreditations including CISSP and CMDSP certifications.
Raj Mallempati leads global marketing for MobileIron, a company providing expanded EMM capabilities to IT organizations that need to secure mobile devices, applications and content.