IDC Enterprise Mobility Series 2014

IDC Enterprise Mobility Series 2014
Start: October 21, 2014
Address: Prague, Czech Republic
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Led by reputable mobility experts, our brand new roundtable concept will provide the perfect platform for driving intimate discussions on all the important challenges currently facing your organization.

With a focus on the most prominent tech issues of the day, each and every roundtable promises to address the most pressing concerns and interests of its members.

  • IDC Connect – Smart Cities (John Gole, Research Director, Telecoms & Networking, IDC)
  • Peek into the Future – Mobile Devices in 2030 (Aleš Kučera, Director of ICT Center for Public Services, CEVRO Institut)
  • Benefits of Telemedicine - The Experience from the EU Projects (Olga Štěpánková, Department of Cybernetics – Deputy Head, ČVUT)
  • Digital Exortion – New Threat for Mobile Technologies Users? (Jiří Palyza, Director, National Center for Safer Internet)
  • Security and Liability Control (Tomáš Hebelka, President, ČIMIB)
  • How do Digital Technologies Change the Enterprise? (Milan Kálal, Senior Analyst, IDC Insights)
  • Consumerization of Enterprise Mobility. Pros and Cons (Marian Šramko, Sales Director, Motorola Solutions)
  • Stories from the Court (Tomas Schollaert, Partner, Pierstone)
  • Device Trends in the Enterprise: Where Next? (Marcus Klische, Advisor in Security Group, BlackBerry)

Smart connected devices — PCs, tablets, and smartphones — will accelerate to nearly 2.5 billion shipments annually by 2017. Interestingly, much of the growth, at least in the developed regions of the world, will be in 5in.+ screen-size phones, while in tablets, the smaller, more mobile 7–8in. variety will record the highest growth.

From 2013 to 2020, a new category of mobile device — the “wearable” — will emerge.

These will start as devices that focus on a single, or small number of, “apps” to transform all aspects of life. We expect wellness, fitness, and security/authentication to be the most popular use cases.

As computing becomes mobile and ubiquitous, with a variety of devices and operating systems, how will your company handle the changing security risks, user demands, business processes, customer expectations, and IT infrastructure requirements?

Come to discuss your view of the future, meet leading industry minds, and get the latest insights into mobility trends. IDC’s Enterprise Mobility 2014 series provides actionable advice and best practices on how mobility, along with other elements of IT such as cloud computing, data analytics, and social business and media transform businesses, making them more efficient, dynamic, and productive.


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