Preparations for the 2013 Enterprise Mobility Africa Summit make headway

IT and mobility experts will be coming together on the 25th and 26th of November for the Enterprise Mobility Africa Summit. This two day event will feature industry thought leaders including: Sihle Mthiyane, Head of IT for Thales South Africa and Neels van Tonder, CTO of Capital Eye Investments. This year’s speakers will address topical industry challenges such as: Big data and the mobile platform and how mobility is enabling enterprises to become more networked and ‘people-centric’.

The conference program has been designed by IT and mobility specialists and underpins 4 key focus areas:

Integrating M2M systems and devices into operations

Networks and devices: Activating the mobile workforce

Mobility governance and privacy

The future of enterprise mobility In Africa

Delegates will be able to discover and compare valuable technologies from a range of solution providers catering to all scopes of business needs over the two days. Featured solution providers include Airwatch and TechMahindra who will showcase the opportunities and pitfalls presented by mobility during interactive workshop sessions.

The EMA Summit agenda will explore the impact of mobility solutions across a range of industries and the opportunities or pitfalls they present for business. Delegates will hear from early adopters on the balance between costs and the expected ROI of an internal mobile strategy. The agenda designed to maximise audience participation with Q&A sessions integrated into panel discussions, keynotes and workshops aims to give attendees the opportunity to discuss the mobility challenges that they face in the workplace with IT experts and peers alike.

Join us to find effective business solutions to the mobility challenges presented in the workplace today.

For more information, visit or contact Marcia van Jaarsveld on +27 21 555 0866 or Follow @ITLeadersAfrica and @KineticEventsSA on Twitter for daily updates and news feeds.

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