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The Cloudcast: Enabling Business Through Mobility

02.09.2013
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The Cloudcast (.net) #74 - Enabling Business thru Mobility & Cloudcast Expansion (31:40)

Date: February 7, 2013

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Aaron and Brian talk with Brian Katz (@bmkatz) about the evolution of mobile apps for the Enterprise, including UI design, alignment between business and IT, security models and what to expect in 2013.

Topic 1 - It’s been 6 months since you were on last. What’s the state of Mobility in the Enterprise?

Topic 2 - Alot of smartphones and tablets are being sold, many for Enterprise use. Are we reaching an inflection point yet where some of the early technology assumptions (VDI, BYOD, MDM, etc.) are being discredited and replaced with better knowledge, or is there still alot of old thinking?

Topic 3 - As you’re rolling out more mobile apps and devices for your business, what are you seeing that surprises you? Or what interesting stories (success or massive failure) are you hearing from colleagues.

Topic 4 - How are you seeing the conversations about mobile (in all forms) changing with the CIO, BU owners or even the CEO?

Topic 5 - What can people expect from the Mobile Cloudcast?

 

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