May 2014, Enterprise Mobility

Executive Interviews

Accellion

Jes Breslaw

Director of Cloud Solutions, EMEA

Jes Breslaw

Good Technology

Philip Barnett

Vice President of Global Sales

Philip Barnett

HP

Farhad Ghoreishi

Network Solutions Business Manager, EMEA

Farhad Ghoreishi

Microsoft

Andrew Fryer

Technical Evangelist, Developer & Platform Group

Andrew Fryer

Enterprise Mobility Roundtable Discussion


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Welcome to ZONE SE7EN’s Enterprise Mobility Virtual Roundtable.

We talked to thought leaders in the Enterprise Mobility industry to gather their knowledge about key trends and technological aspects in today’s marketplace – BYOD, CYOD, Mobile Device Management (MDM) plans, mobile security, mobile cloud sharing and collaboration platforms, mobile encryption and malware, and the growing trend for wearable technology.

Whatever your industry sector – financial, education, retail, healthcare, government, to name but a few – ZONE SE7EN’s virtual Roundtable discussion with experts from Accellion, Good Technology, HP, Microsoft and Quocirca will help to provide you with a balanced overview of Enterprise Mobility solutions, ensuring that you are fully informed and able to make that all-important decision.

Jes Breslaw from Accellion discusses the benefits of kiteworks, their mobile solution, and how it can improve productivity, why mobile security is poor among organisations, and what needs to be considered in order to mobilise enterprise content.

Philip Barnett at Good Technology explains the key challenges in implementing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies and asks if it should be CYOD (Choose Your Own Device), and how mobile solutions can aid collaboration, content management and help to customise workflows.

Farhad Ghoreishi from HP talks about their Enteprise Mobility solution that takes businesses beyond the mobile device itself, explains the three elements of Connect, Converge and Control, and their recommendations for protecting data on mobile devices.

Andrew Fryer at Microsoft discusses how mobile cloud solutions have encouraged better employee/employer collaboration, the essential criteria for keeping mobile data secure, and where responsibility lies in an organisation when it comes to enterprise mobility.

Rob Bamforth, a research analyst at Quocirca, talks about whether a BYOD policy is enough to protect users and the organisation, other methods and policies that they would recommend are adopted, and ways to keep track of who’s using what, and where.

View our Enterprise Mobility Virtual Roundtable now and discover informative, reliable content that speaks your language!