Mobility in Enterprise - the next big challenge

  • June 28, 2012 · 6:30 PM
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With the advent of iPads and yesterday's Microsoft Surface annoucement, the BYOD movement has got many enterprises re-thinking their mobile strategies and policies. This presents several opportunities for startups to provide innovative and interesting solutions.

One such startup is DoubleDutch. With its recent launch of the Pride application at the E2 conference, DoubleDutch is entering the enterprise space as a competitor to Yammer and Chatter, but with a twist. Come listen to Lawrence Coburn, Founder & CEO of DoubleDutch, talk about his experience in this space.

NOTE: [New Location] Thanks to Tyler Morley and our new venue sponsor, PJMB Commercial, we will be meeting at a new location in Pleasanton, off of Bernal.


6:30p-7:00p - Networking, Food & Drinks

7:00p-8:00p - Presentation

8:00p-8:30p - Q&A

8:30p - Wrap Up!


Looking forward to a great discussion on a very interesting topic and area that impacts us all.

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  • Thom L.

    Lawrence Coburn offered us a look into the future of apps and the trends.
    He also shared with us a couple of his companies apps and a couple of other apps, all that are free with a premium model.
    Lots of great statistics that most of us in the industry are aware of but don't really think that much about. Thank you Lawrence.

    June 29, 2012

  • Gary L.

    Great meeting with lots of information shared on the future mobile computing. Lawrence Coburn provided his vision of mobile computing backed-up by industry statistic. Deffinatly worth the drive.

    June 29, 2012

  • Andy C.

    Where is the place

    June 28, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    7020, #100. It's in the far end

    June 28, 2012

  • Azhar

    A few of us are already here but the door is locked. We tried bot kartlin construction and PJMB commercial office at 7060 koll ,#334.

    June 28, 2012

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