By Barnard Crespi | April 6, 2012
In just a few weeks [May 22,2012] at the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium a panel of senior technology and business executives will share their experiences of piloting through this transformation in their organizations with leading and leadership around Mobility 3.0.
Enterprise Mobility 3.0 is the inherent face of the new untethered enterprise. It will have deep imprints in the business processes, IT infrastructure and security policies in the company. In a world where work-related information is accessible, anywhere, anytime, new powerful and smarter phones, tablets, and other Internet-enabled devices will usher us into a new era of countless opportunities and exciting challenges. These challenges loom – Mobility 3.0, after all, speaks to a certain level of maturity attained within enterprises – some new, some not-so-new. For example, security policies will have to be revisited for viability and sustainability. Productivity, agility and other business metrics will have to be measured with some rigor. Organizations will also have to measure if the investments in Mobility 3.0 are finally generating the payback and ROI that the executive suite has been looking for.
Moderated by: Susan Nunziata, Editor-in-chief, CIO Insight, the panelists are an all-star cast of cross industry practitioners including:
+Todd Schofield, Global Head – Enterprise Mobility, Standard Chartered Bank
+Ashish Mahadwar, SVP – SAP & Enterprise Mobility Practices, Cognizant
+Eric Scace, CTO WWPass Corporation
Join your peers in shaping the future. Be a part of the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, May 22, 2012. Register today.
Details: MIT Campus, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 Full Day event
For more information visit: http://www.mitcio.com