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The Basics of Consumerization Classroom
What exactly is consumerization, and what should businesses do about it? Our first lesson explains how new endpoint devices have entered the workplace, changing user habits and challenging organizational control over IT. Our second lesson is a podcast that looks at the best ways to approach security when enterprise IT may not have direct control over endpoint devices or even the apps being used. Our third lesson is a Q&A with an industry expert who examines how consumerization and bring your own device (BYOD) policies are just as important as any of the devices or apps in use. Our fourth lesson looks at elusive cost savings from BYOD and discusses how enterprises can still gain benefits such as increased productivity with the right strategy.
SpeakersColin Steele Executive Editor, TechTarget
Colin Steele is the executive editor of SearchConsumerization.com, and he oversees SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com, SearchVirtualDesktop.com, SearchServerVirtualization.com and SearchVMware.com. Before joining TechTarget as a news writer in 2007, he was a reporter for The Eagle-Tribune in North Andover, Mass. Steele has previously written for the Gloucester Daily Times, Tri-Town Transcript and The Daily Orange at Syracuse University, where he received his bachelor's degree in newspaper journalism.Lisa Phifer Owner, Core Competence Inc.
Lisa Phifer owns Core Competence Inc., a consulting firm specializing in business use of emerging Internet technologies. She has been involved in the design, implementation and evaluation of networking, security and management products for nearly 30 years. Phifer has written extensively about safe networking requirements and best practices and has spoken at industry events such as Interop. She received her MS in Computer Science from Villanova University and resides in Chester Springs, Pa.Craig J. Mathias Principal, Farpoint Group
Craig J. Mathias is a principal at Farpoint Group, a wireless and mobile advisory firm in Ashland, Mass. He is an internationally recognized expert on wireless communications and mobile computing technologies and is frequent speaker at industry events. Mathias is a member of the advisory board for Interop, chairs the conference’s wireless and mobility track, and blogs and writes columns for several publications. He has an Sc.B. degree from Brown University and is a member of the IEEE.
- 25 Jun 2013
- 27 Jun 2013
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