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Meet...network...hea­r about mobile devices....network..­.

Tech Meet Up and The Tech Garden are teaming up with CenterState CEO to present this session on mobile devices.
This will be of particular interest to managers exploring mobile options.

More and more employees are using their own mobile devices for business - referred to as the "Consumerization of Mobile Devices" or BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).
In doing so, they expect to connect to your network - allowing them to synchronize their corporate email, calendar and contacts to their personal devices.
It's a growing challenge for companies interested in protecting their corporate data and presents a number of other challenges as well.
One thing is for sure - the mobile web is growing and so is the threat to your network(s). So, should you allow your employees access your network? If so, who makes that decision on behalf of the company?
Can your IT team support multiple operating platforms (i.e. Blackberry, Droid, Apple)?
Perhaps you should consider "Mobile Device Management", however is it right for you?
We'll discuss this topic and more during the first in our two part series on the ever changing world of mobile devices.
You will hear renowned speakers Tom Huegel and Sam Serianni, Senior Partners with Wireless Business Group (http://www.wirelessbusinessgroup.com/about.aspx) who are experts in this field.
PARKING LOT AVAILABLE ON HARRISON STREET PLACE AND SEVERAL OFF STREET PARKING IS AVAILABLE IN THE FRONT OF THE TECH GARDEN ON SOUTH WARREN STREET AND ON MADISON STREET. OFF STREET PARKING IS FREE UNTIL 9 AM.
Please register by following the link: http://www.centerstateceo.com/events/eventdetail.aspx?EventID=1060

There is a $10 fee for CenterState CEO members and $20 fee for non-members. When you follow the CenterState link above you may pay with a credit card; otherwise, you may pay at the door. THANK YOU.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    smooth presentation...........though would be move hardware, ok..........crum[?] cake was............crumE.....O that was awefullllll....had a good time and rite time of day for me.........keep chuggin'

    April 28, 2012

  • Lynn H.

    Tom Huegel and Sam Serianni, Senior Partners with Wireless Business Group did a wonderful job talking about Consumerization of Mobile Phones. Thanks to Steve VonDeak, Rounded Development and Dino Dimkopoulos, Syntela Conferencing for coordinating this presentation for CenterState CEO's Training and Education Committee.

    April 27, 2012

  • Fred N.

    An EXCELLENT overview of the mobile market and the challanges we face integrating smart phones with our businesses!

    April 27, 2012

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