Overview - IDC Enterprise Mobility Series 2012 | Events | IDC CEMA

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One year ago, the International Data Corporation (IDC) predicted that the IT industry's next dominant platform, built on mobile computing, cloud services, social networking, and big data analytics technologies, would begin its transition into the mainstream. Today, spending on these technologies is growing at about 18% per year and is expected to account for at least 80% of IT spending growth between now and 2020. With future market revenues at stake, IDC predicts that 2012 will be marked by some of the first high-stakes battles as companies seek to position themselves for leadership in these critical and fast-growing technology areas.

2012 will also be the Year of Mobile Ascendency as smartphones and media tablets surpass PCs in both shipment and spending and mobile apps generate more revenue than the mainframe market. The number of intelligent, communicating devices on the network will outnumber traditional computing devices, changing the way we think and interact with one another and devices on the network. The obvious implication is that every IT vendor and CIO must have a mobile strategy as a top priority in 2012.

John Gole

Research Director, Telecoms & Networking, CEMA

"The new generation of tablets and smartphones is driving employees and companies alike to transform the way companies operate, employees work, and business processes flow. New devices, applications, collaboration tools, and M2M solutions are being added to networks. IT managers will face demands from all sides to develop and integrate major new applications and systems supporting business transformation. The next few years will be exciting and challenging." – Says John Gole, Program Director Telecommunications CEE & MEA.

Share your thoughts, hear your peers and the industry's experts at IDC's first conference on enterprise mobility in Sofia! For more information on the conference's topics, please chek the agenda section.

The main themes covered would be :

  • Mobile Unified Communications and Collaboration
  • Mobile Device Management and Security in an Era of Mobile Viruses and employee operated devices
  • Retaining Valued Employees and Leveraging Bottom-Up Demand to Improve Efficiency Through the Adoption of Workforce Mobility
  • Tablets and Smartphones Facilitate New ways of Working and Collaborating
  • Mobile Applications Increase Efficiency and Raise Security Risks
  • Integrating mobility in corporate applications (mobile ERP, mobile BI)
  • Gaining Operating Efficiency Through a Mobilizied Workforce
  • Location-Based Applications for Employees anmd Assets
  • Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Hits the Mainstream
  • Regulatory Developemnts Mandating M2M deployment
Who Should Attend: Representatives From the Following Industries:
  • IT Directors and Managers
  • Senior IT Decision Makers
  • IT Directors & Project Officers
  • IT Administrators/Engineers
  • System Architects/Engineers
  • Medical & Healthcare
  • Banking & Finance
  • Energy & Utulities
  • Government Bodies & Associations
  • Manufacturing, Wholesale & Retail Trading
  • Telecommunications & Media
  • Trade, warehouses, and logistics
  • Pharmaceuticals & chemicals and medical & healthcare

 

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