CBR Bring Your Own Device Dining Club

Date: 27th Jun 2012

Venue: The Lanesborough London Hotel

The Lanesborough London Hotel, ideally located in Knightsbridge overlooking Hyde Park in London, offers gracious private dining.

The Wellington private dining venue captures an atmosphere rich with heritage and tradition. Two authentic 19th century white marble fire places topped by majestic gilt mirrors flank either end of this polished setting. The Wellington private dining room sets a beautiful surrounding for an unforgettable event, The Lanesborough Chefs prepare a delightful Culinary Artistry filled with delectable menus to fulfill different tastes, The Lanesborough offers classic, elegant private dining easily outfitted to suit your taste.

Research firm Gartner recently predicted that the 'personal cloud' will replace the traditional desktop as the centre of employees' digital lives by 2014. That's a pretty dramatic shift, and one that is being driven in part by the Bring Your Own Device or BYOD trend.

The plethora of mobile devices in the enterprise will continue to grow, like it or not. That creates a number of challenges for the IT department, in terms of provisioning, security, mobile device management and application and data access. There is also the thorny subject of policy setting, management and enforcement - for example where should the boundary be drawn between personal and corporate liability - and the legal and ethical issues surrounding dual-use devices.

Attend this CBR Dining Club to hear from an independent analyst expert, as well as from a leading thought leader in the space, about the latest BYOD trends and challenges, and the approaches and technologies that can help to overcome them. Even for those companies currently rejecting BYOD, there will be plenty of food for thought as to how to manage, secure and optimise corporate-liable mobile devices, and indeed some thoughts around how the IT department can gain better visibility and control of both corporate-owned devices and processes

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