The UK’s leading Enterprise Mobility Management event for business and technology professionals - Enterprise Mobility Management 2015

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The UK’s leading Enterprise Mobility Management event for business and technology professionals

Enterprise Mobility is the most radical shift in enterprise client computing since the introduction of the PC. Every business needs a clearly defined position on BYOD even if they choose not to allow it. Globally, the BYOD market size is set to grow from $71.93 billion in 2013 to $266.17 billion in 2019. With its promise of productivity gains and increased competitiveness, it is estimated that by 2017 half of all employers will require employees to supply their own device for work purposes. Already two-thirds of people use personal devices at work, regardless of their employer’s official BYOD policy.

Whitehall Media’s 4th Enterprise Mobility Management conference will feature exciting use cases and case studies about how to secure, monitor, manage and support multiple mobile apps and devices across your business. With an emphasis on real-life implementation, this practical business forum will provide bold vision from leading innovators across the mobility spectrum. EMM 2015 is a must-attend event for senior business, technology and operational leaders of corporations who are charged with purchasing, deploying and managing mobility and the mobile workforce in their enterprises.

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  • Enterprise Mobility Management
  • Mobile Device Management (MDM)
  • Mobile Applications Management (MAM)
  • Secure Access Gateways, Identity and Access Management (authentication, authorisation, auditing)
  • Mobile Big Data
  • Cloud Deployment and MDM
  • Device inventory and inventory maintenance
  • Mobile optimisation, virtual desktop management
  • Audit, Compliance and Regulation
  • Establishing robust BYOD/MDM corporate policies
  • Risk Management and Governance
  • Legal considerations and liabilities
  • Workforce evolution with mobility and desktop virtualisation
  • Improving business performance & productivity
  • Collaborative Working
  • Software distribution
  • Application/Email management and control
  • Wireless security
  • Containerisation, provisioning and encryption management
  • Data and intellectual property protection
  • Defending against malware, spam, phishing, viruses
  • Data recovery, tracking and remote lock, find, wipe
  • Cyber liability – protecting and assuring information
  • mPos, Payment Security, Opportunities and Risks
  • Paperless operations and efficiency gains
  • The impact of Cloud computing & social media
  • Wearable technologies in the enterprise


  • Brian McKenna, Business Applications Editor, Computer Weekly.

    He originally joined the CW team in 2007 as the Editor of Computer Weekly (print), coming from Elsevier where he was the launch editor of Infosecurity magazine.

    Since Jan 2011 he has been developing the information management content stream for TechTarget in the UK, first on, now on Computer Weekly.

    Educated at the Universities of Glasgow and Oxford, he was a British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellow and Junior Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, 1992-97.