AFFIRM April special event: Mobility

Government On The Move: An In-Depth Look At MobilityAFFIRM’s special event: Mobility

Carl Froehlich, Associate CIO End User Equipment and Services, IRS
Jerry Horton, USAID
Kelly Knopf, DOE
Gwynne Kostin, Director, Mobile, OCSIT, GSA
John Santo, Customs and Border Protection
Lt. Col. Anmy Torres, US Army
Wyatt Kash, Editor at Large, 1105 Media (moderator)
Tom Temin, anchor, Federal News Radio (moderator)
Don Upson, ICG Government (moderator)

Learn about Agencies plans as they address the following questions:

  • How is your agency building your enterprise mobile strategy and how are you managing your enterprise mobile ecosystem.
  • What impact does mobility have on your business processes and what are the management and control processes that your organization has in place or needs.
  • What types of internal mobile applications are your agency developing or deploying
  • What is your biggest concern regarding security and how are you addressing security.
  • What is your view on these five mobility trends to watch in 2011.
    1. Smart Pads are the catalyst for growth in Enterprise mobility.
    2. The definition of a mobile application will become completely blurred.
    3. Enterprise mobility will become ‘cloudy.’
    4. Consumer social networking will fuel enterprise grade mobile security.
    5. Managed services will be a key driver moving forward.

Location and Date:

Thursday, April 14, 2011

9:00am: Coffee Eye Opener
10:00am: Opening Remarks
10:30am: Panel
11:45am: Lunch
12:30pm: Panel
1:30pm-2:00pm: Networking

Marvin Center
Continental Ballroom
George Washington University
800 21st St., NW
Washington, DC 20052
Metro: Foggy Bottom (Orange & Blue)
(map and driving directions)

Government rate: $35

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