Waters gathered leading industry experts to discuss the latest trends for mobile solutions in the financial services market in a webcast on 28 March
In the past few years Apple's iOS and Google's Android mobile operating systems have changed the mobile user's expectations of what can be done from smart phones and tablet computers. It has also left the enterprise in a position of playing catch-up to make sure their employees are mobility-supported while remaining compliant with financial regulations. In this webcast, we look at how firms can avoid the standard pain points of supporting mobile users.
- The best way to manage multiple mobile platforms without resorting to multiple management tools
- Integrating mobile computing environment into existing enterprise business applications as well as the company's messaging, compliance and archiving systems
- How to manage employee's "brought from home" device
- What technologists should expect in mobile computing developments in the coming years and how to future-proof their systems
Jean Hill, CTO, FIRST NEW YORK SECURITIES
David Saul, Chief Scientist and Senior Vice President, STATE STREET
Ojas Rege, Vice President, Products, MOBILEIRON
Dimitri Volkmann, Vice President of Enterprise Product Strategy and Planning, GOOD TECHNOLOGY
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