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Creating a Supportable and Flexible IT Solution for the Post-PC Era

Following the launch of the iPad in 2010, Steve Jobs said in an interview “we like to talk about the post-PC era, but when it really starts to happen, it’s uncomfortable”. Nothing could be truer for corporate IT. We are faced with ever increasing demands from our user base to adopt tablet and ‘post-PC’ technologies but traditional approaches to IT make it challenging to provide mobile solutions in a supportable and user-friendly way.

Focusing on Apple’s iOS platform, this session will explore methods to secure corporate date without crippling the user experience and the provision of a service management layer for a world class mobility platform through the successful introduction of Mobile Device Management and Mobile Application Management. The session will also address ways to embrace emerging mobility trends such as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and other platforms such as Android and Windows 8 within your corporate mobility strategy.


Jon Miller (@JonMillerUK) is a mobile strategist and as Head of Mobility for a large public sector organisation has implemented the strategy and architecture behind a successful mobile IT solution, transforming the way that frontline employees are able to interact with IT in some of the most challenging working environments to save both time and money. Jon’s solution has leveraged advances in Enterprise Mobility Management to provide a device-agnostic mobile capability for the delivery of internal IT services anywhere and at any time.
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