» The Mobile Revolution Is Here: Change Now Or Risk Being Left Behind

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    Mobile devices of all shapes, sizes, colors and platforms are proliferating in the workplace at a breakneck pace. Employees are feeling more empowered than ever and expecting their company to support whatever mobile device they use personally. But while this mobile revolution is empowering workers, as well as making them more productive, it is also causing major headaches for IT departments that are not prepared. Having the right infrastructure and policies in place before enabling a mobility strategy is critical to ensure the right support. For more than a decade, standards and infrastructure have been behind the actual deployment and usage of mobile devices by end users. But there’s a better way than playing catch-up.

    Join industry experts and editors from eWEEK, CIO Insight, Baseline and Channel Insider in a complete 360-degree digital learning environment. Watch live demos and discussions from eWEEK Labs editors as they look at: mobile malware; managing mobile devices in a multi-platform environment; system patching and moving toward a corporate app store.

    This unique Digital University will address the latest mobile security threats and procedures, device management best practices and sound integration strategies. The Mobile Digital University will incorporate all the interactivity features available including:
    • live desktop sharing and demonstrations;
    • live chat with industry experts;
    • blogging from the learning center; and
    • social networking integration

      Technical Requirements:

      To interact with the online environment requires a Windows PC with Internet Explorer 6.0 minimum, or Firefox 3.0 to 3.0.17 and 3.6. Mac with Firefox 3.0 to 3.0.17 and 3.6 and Safari 3.1 or higher are also supported. We support Windows XP and Windows Vista on PCs. Leopard, Tiger, and Snow Leopard are supported on Macs. Linux Fedora Core 10 is also supported operating systems. Macromedia Flash Player 10 or higher is required. Access to the internet using high speed access (Cable, DSL, Network) is highly recommended for the overall environment and is required for all presentations. Pop-up blockers must also be disabled and cookies and JavaScript should be enabled. On entering the show, a system check is run which will identify computer requirements that need to be addressed to interact with the online show. It is recommended to view the environment with the display resolution of 1024 x 768.