Global Mobility Trends to Act on for 2013 and Beyond
November 28, 2012
TIME: 11:00 a.m. ET/ 8:00 a.m. PT
Work is mobilizing. Employees need to stay in touch, wherever they are. Customers demand immediate response. Yet in a tough economic climate, how do you keep costs in check and stay ahead in the marketplace?
People using their own devices on corporate networks, ensuring mobile device security and integrating mobility into new and existing business models are just three of the major trends for 2013 that you’ll learn how to cost-effectively leverage during this Vodafone Global Enterprise Webinar.
Through customer examples, you’ll discover how Vodafone is helping manage thousands of mobile devices worldwide while reducing cost and complexity. You’ll also learn how mobile innovation is creating new revenue streams for Vodafone clients and giving them a competitive advantage.
What Attendees will learn:
- How to convert the consumerization of IT (bring your own / choose your own device) from a headache to strategic advantage – increasing employee satisfaction and productivity while reducing costs
- What it takes to go from idea to revenue, and leverage mobile technologies to enable new business models. We will explore how Vodafone customers in diverse industries have navigated a managed innovation path, deployed newly-designed solutions and achieved key business objectives and ROI
- The value of partnership with Vodafone Global Enterprise
Who should attend:
Special bonus for attendees:
- IT and mobility executives responsible for global device deployment, management, HR / BYOD policies and security
- CIOs, IT directors and business unit managers who are planning or considering machine-to-machine applications and mobile workforce enablement as drivers of new opportunity
- CFOs and direct reports with procurement responsibility interested in global expense management
All attendees will receive the IDC white paper, “Global BYOD Attitudes and Best Practice for Multinational Organizations,” written by Nicholas McQuire, Research Director, Enterprise Mobility Strategies EMEA at IDC. The paper explores BYOD best practice from the perspective of large multinational companies (MNCs) and highlights important regional and country distinctions to the topic.
Written with the input of senior executives at more than 50 multinational corporations in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia, this IDC and Vodafone white paperexplores how global organizations in particular struggle with BYOD's business and technology complexity.