Date: Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Time: 2:00 PM EDT/11:00 AM PDT
Today’s competitive environment demands that a business be mobile. Deadlines are tighter. Expectations are higher. Customers are more demanding. An organization cannot afford to have employees tied to their desks, or be out of touch when out of the office. Osterman Research estimates that by mid-2009, nearly 28% of employers will be providing mobile messaging to their employees. This is due to the fact that mobility helps employees turn travel and out-of-office time into productive working time. Staying connected is a key to not only business success but to survival.
The decision to deploy wireless capability seems like a straightforward goal but as you begin to develop a mobility strategy, your team will quickly be confronted with many challenges such as: platform conflicts, security issues, difficult users and support nightmares. In short, welcome to the Wireless Wars!
Join our webcast to hear the latest reconnaissance of the wireless landscape including:
— Today’s Wireless Battleground: A comparison of the popular devices such as Blackberry® and iPhone™
— The Latest Intelligence: Trends that impact a business mobility strategy
— Battle Planning: The IT challenges and methodologies for deploying an effective mobile strategy
— The Neutral Zone: The features and benefits of the hosted Exchange model that minimize the risks, and maximize the performance of a mobile messaging system
Reporting live from the Wireless Wars frontline are Bob Melk, Publisher of CIO and Steve O’Brien, VP of Managed Messaging Services at USA.NET. As a thank-you for attending, all attendees will be entered in a drawing to win an Apple iPhone™ (to be awarded to the winner once the new iPhone with ActiveSync is generally available). You must be in attendance for a chance to win!
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