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Development Tools For the Mobile Enterprise

  • Oct 13, 2010 · 6:00 PM
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The mobile enterprise space is heating up. Established enterprise players such as Oracle, Salesforce and SAP have launched mobile apps, as part of a general trend to make enterprise technologies as accessible as consumer technologies through your mobile phone. The general consensus appears that this space will continue to heat up more in the coming months as mobility continues to move into the mainstream of enterprise development. For people that want to get started on mobile development for the enterprise, we’ve invited a select set of companies to talk about their view of challenges and opportunities in the mobile enterprise space and to present their products and tools that customers have at their disposal for mobilizing their work force. Speakers:

- MobileIron: Ojas Rege, VP Products
- Rhomobile: Adam Blum, CEO
- Appcelerator: Jeff Haynie, CEO
- Box.net: Aaron Levie, CEO
- CouchOne: Nitin Borwankar, VP Biz Dev
- Mellmo: Quinton Alsbury, President

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