Is Your IT Team Ready to Support Your Enterprise Mobile Strategy?
How quickly is your IT Team responding to the adoption of mobile in your business? Too many companies realize too late that they lack the planning and due diligence needed to identify risk and establish the readiness to manage mobility.
The truth is this: without proper IT planning, your mobile initiatives may fail.
Watch Adam Bookman, Co-Founder of Propelics, and Michael King, Director of Enterprise Strategy at Appcelerator, to learn the components for building an IT roadmap for mobile. Ensure your team has the tools, processes, controls, and talents to build & support a thriving mobile strategy.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- Top areas of concern for CIOs regarding IT readiness for mobile
- How to measure your IT readiness for mobile; including IT delivery and support, EIM, network and security infrastructure, App development, etc.
- How to analyze and minimize your risk exposure due to mobile
- How to build a framework for mobile policies
- Case studies from large (and very large!) companies who have used this IT readiness for mobile methodology
Adam Bookman, Propelics Partner.
Adam has been the brains behind many new mobile program and app launches. He has advised companies on mobile strategies for Business as well as IT. Being a savvy marketer, with the ability to jump on new trends, he has helped companies make the most of new channels to reach the right audience. Previously, he has been involved in companies from a founding stage to successful exits.
Michael King, Director of Enterprise Strategy, Appcelerator.
Mike King is Appcelerator’s principal mobile strategist where he directs the company’s product strategy, provides strategic sales support, partner enablement, market research/analysis and product evangelism. An IT industry veteran, Mike spent the past 11 years at Gartner, most recently as research director, where he managed all U.S.-based wireless data research, specializing in mobile enterprise strategy. He is a recognized authority in mobile having authored Gartner’s Magic Quadrants for MCAP (Mobile Consumer Application Platforms) and MEAP (Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms) for the past five years.