African mobile usage is poised to overtake the desktop and with new technologies and devices overlapping with enterprise applications and networks, enterprise mobility is set to transform the IT landscape. Prominent heads of IT and mobile from across industries will be gathering early next year for the EMA Summit to find an African solution to mobility challenges presented in the workplace today. Andrew Moore who heads up Enterprise Architecture at DSTV Online will explore the topical issue of Big Data and the Mobile Platform and how big data is influencing the way we look at mobile data.
The EMA summit content has been put together by IT and mobility specialists and underpins 4 key focus areas:
–M2M Systems and Devices in Operations
–Networks and Devices: Activating The Mobile Workforce
–Mobility Governance and Privacy
–The Future of Enterprise Mobility In Africa
The summit is designed to maximise audience participation with Q&A time built into keynotes, panel discussions and workshop sessions. Attendees will have the opportunity to take part in 90 minute workshop sessions and learn about valuable EM solutions with the solution provider of their choice. Airwatch and Tech Mahindra among others will have IT experts on hand to deliver creative solutions that address problems experienced in the workplace.
Attendees will also be able to discover and compare the latest EM developments available for all scopes of business needs in the innovation display area. Providers such as Hansaworld will be showcasing their solutions and will have industry experts on hand to discuss and exchange ideas with attendees.
The 2014 Enterprise Mobility Africa Summit will take place in Johannesburg at the Maslow Hotel, Sandton, on the 6th and 7th of February 2014. Apply to become a delegate and make the EMA Summit part of your strategic planning process for 2014.
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