Mobility / Client

Cloud Ready (9:45AM to 11:00AM)
Ken Barnhart, Occam Group
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: Decision Makers, Technical Influencers

Moving to the cloud…or considering it? Learn to choose the right mix of security, performance and capability. Assess your organization against best practices, and identify one to two priorities you can adjust immediately to use technology to drive a sustainable competitive advantage for your business.

Mobility and CRM: Real World Scenarios for On-the-Go Employees and Customers (12:15PM to 1:30PM)
Nikita Polyakov, PowerObjects
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: Architects, Developers, IT Professionals, IT Leaders, Decision Makers

In this session, we’ll cover messaging, mobile web and apps, and wearables. Explore the opportunities and challenges with security and architectures in the mobile world. See real world examples, scenarios and anecdotes of successful mobile deployments, along with the challenges of implementing modern mobility in today’s enterprise.

Managing Mobile Devices with EMS (1:45PM to 3:00PM)
Chris Blackburn, Concurrency
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: IT Professionals and Architects

Microsoft’s new Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) helps supercharge Office 365 with more than just Mobile Device Management of bring your own device (BYOD) and corporate-owned devices. See real world applications of how this suite can empower your enterprise (and your IT staff). Dive into the rich features of Windows Azure AD Premium to leverage device, user and group management in the cloud. See password self-service and multi-factor authentication in action. Easily inventory applications in your business that may already be cloud ready. Secure your sensitive data through Azure Rights Management – a single sign-on with many possibilities!

Windows 10 in the Enterprise (3:15PM to 4:30PM)
Paul Beasley, Cyber Advisors
Session Level: 300 – Advanced
Audience: Customers with Windows 7/8 and Windows Server

This session will discuss the advantages of implementing Windows 10 in an enterprise environment. Key operating system features including Bitlocker, DFS, DirectAccess and others will be discussed and demonstrated.

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