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    • Mobile Security You Need with BYOD Your Employees Love Mobile Security You Need with BYOD Your Employees Love Carlos Montero-Luque, Chief Technology Officer at Apperian Recorded: Aug 5 2014 4:00 pm UTC 32 mins
    • Gartner predicts that by 2017 more than 50% of companies will have implemented a BYOD (bring your own device) program. Whether you already have BYOD, or are planning for your BYOD future, security is likely one of your top concerns. Fortunately, when done right BYOD can increase employee productivity and workforce satisfaction while maintaining the security you need.

      Unfortunately, many companies often struggle by implementing BYOD policies that are too intrusive to end-user’s personal devices. The business results and security benefits are lost altogether.

      In this webinar you will learn how focusing on business apps and data can drive the mobile security you need with the BYOD your employees love.

      Carlos Montero-Luque, Chief Technology Officer at Apperian will reveal:

      • Why focusing on the true end-point of mobility, the apps and data, is the best approach to create a secure BYOD environment
      • How a zero-touch, non-intrusive BYOD security approach increases employee productivity
      • What practical steps you can take to simplify the complexity of supporting multiple devices, operating systems, and contingent workforce BYOD environments.

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    • Strategies for Producing Membrane Proteins in E. coli vs. Yeast Strategies for Producing Membrane Proteins in E. coli vs. Yeast Dr. James Love, New York Consortium on Membrane Protein Structure, and Mark Dumont, University of Rochester Medical Center Recorded: Mar 16 2011 4:30 pm UTC 76 mins
    • How do you deal with commonly encountered problems and bottlenecks that occur when trying to express and purify membrane proteins (MPs) for structural biology? Current Protocols (www.currentprotocols.com) and The Protein Society (www.proteinsociety.org) are pleased to present a free 1-hour webinar by two leaders in MP production: James Love, Head of Research for the New York Consortium on Membrane Protein Structure, will speak on challenges and solutions for working with MPs in E. coli, and Mark Dumont from the will discuss the same topics for yeast systems. Plus, Drs. Love and Dumont will answer your questions live!

      - Advantages and disadvantages of yeast and E. coli expression systems
      - Rapid high-throughput cloning, expression and purification procedures
      - Vectors and tags
      - Maximizing expression levels
      - Cell lysis
      - Protein stability and minimizing proteolysis
      - Detergent selection

      James Love is Head of Research for The New York Consortium on Membrane Protein Structure (NYCOMPS), one of nine specialized centers focusing on MPs as part of the Protein Structure Initiative: Biology. Dr Love has published on high-throughput methodologies developed specifically for integral MPs, which have been used to process more than 5,000 membrane proteins. With this work, NYCOMPS has solved many exciting membrane protein structures.

      Mark Dumont is a Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics at the University of Rochester Medical School. One of the Principal Investigators of the Membrane Protein Structural Biology Consortium, he has been involved in expression and purification of MPs as part of the Center for High Throughput Structural Biology, and the project for Structural Genomics of Pathogenic Protozoa. His work on MPs in yeast has spanned individual targets to genome-wide studies.

      Who Should Attend:
      Researchers who need to produce MPs for functional or structural studies (e.g., activity assays or crystallization).

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    • BRM - True Romance or Unrequited Love? BRM - True Romance or Unrequited Love? Aleksandr Zhuk, Mark Smalley Recorded: Apr 21 2014 4:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • This webinar will provide you with two complementary perspectives on Business Relationship Management that will help you achieve true romance rather than ending up in unrequited love!
      Based on recent and ongoing interest in Business Relationship Management, there can be no doubt that BRM is a hot topic. Organizations realize that a better relationship between business and IT will result in more business value from the IT provider’s products and services.
      But how do you achieve this from a provider’s perspective? What kind of knowledge, skills, behaviors and processes do you need? And because the relationship is by definition with the business, what do you expect from your partners on ‘the other side of the fence’? How can you help them to fulfil their side of the bargain?
      After listening to Aleksandr and Mark share their two perspectives, there’ll be ample opportunity for you to join in and contribute to the dialogue - you are most welcome!

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