Driving Mobile Adoption for a Multichannel Healthcare and Insurance World

As the consumerization of IT accelerates, healthcare and insurance organizations are being challenged to adopt hybrid mobile solutions that let users, patients, providers and partners access – and enter – business critical information from an ever-increasing range of mobile devices. Who is driving mobile adoption, and how can your organization ensure it will be competitive?

This TechBytes series, presented by Slashdot Media and sponsored by IBM will look at three industries that are leading the mobility parade: Finance and banking, retail and hospitality, and healthcare and insurance. Each TechBytes segment will focus on one of these key industries, and industry experts will address key questions including:

  • What market trends are shaping how mobility is being employed?
  • Are new user interface models required for an increasingly millennial user base?
  • Can BYOD work in highly regulated industries like healthcare?
  • How can organizations accelerate their mobile adoption?
  • What are the most important considerations for embracing mobility
  • Can mobile solutions truly be secure?

About the presenter

Chris Nerney is a technology writer who covers both enterprise and consumer technologies for a number of websites and organizations. Chris has written extensively about cloud computing, unified communications, enterprise collaboration, voice over IP, mobile technology, big data and analytics, healthcare IT and interoperability, healthcare finance, value-based care, data centers, converged systems, and space technology. His writing has appeared in Computerworld, CIO.com, Data-Informed, Revenue Cycle Insights, Network World, ITWorld, and many other technology publications. Chris also is an experienced writer of enterprise technology white papers.

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Driving Mobile Adoption for a Multichannel Banking World

As the consumerization of IT accelerates, banks and other financial institutions are being challenged to adopt hybrid mobile solutions that let users, customers, and partners access – and enter – business critical information from an ever-increasing range of mobile devices. Who is driving this mobile adoption, and how can your organization ensure it will be competitive?

This TechBytes series, presented by Slashdot Media and sponsored by IBM will look at three industries that are leading the mobility parade: Finance and banking, retail and hospitality, and healthcare and insurance. Each TechBytes segment will focus on one of these key industries, and industry experts will address key questions including:

  • What market trends are shaping how mobility is being employed?
  • Are new user interface models required for an increasingly millennial user base?
  • Can BYOD work in highly regulated industries like finance?
  • How can organizations accelerate their mobile adoption?
  • What are the most important considerations for embracing mobility
  • Can mobile solutions truly be secure?

About the presenter

Chris Nerney is a technology writer who covers both enterprise and consumer technologies for a number of websites and organizations. Chris has written extensively about cloud computing, unified communications, enterprise collaboration, voice over IP, mobile technology, big data and analytics, healthcare IT and interoperability, healthcare finance, value-based care, data centers, converged systems, and space technology. His writing has appeared in Computerworld, CIO.com, Data-Informed, Revenue Cycle Insights, Network World, ITWorld, and many other technology publications. Chris also is an experienced writer of enterprise technology white papers.

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Driving Mobile Adoption for a Multichannel Retail and Hospitality World

As the consumerization of IT accelerates, retail, hospitality and other industries are being challenged to adopt hybrid mobile solutions that let users, customers, and partners access – and enter – business critical information from an ever-increasing range of mobile devices. Who is driving this mobile adoption, and how can your organization ensure it will be competitive?

This TechBytes series, presented by Slashdot Media and sponsored by IBM will look at three industries that are leading the mobility parade: Finance and banking, retail and hospitality, and healthcare and insurance. Each TechBytes segment will focus on one of these key industries, and industry experts will address key questions including:

  • What market trends are shaping how mobility is being employed?
  • Are new user interface models required for an increasingly millennial user base?
  • How can organizations accelerate their mobile adoption?
  • What are the most important considerations for embracing mobility
  • Can mobile solutions truly be secure?

About the presenter:

With 11 years of experience writing about business and technology trends for both media outlets and companies, Taylor Mallory Holland understands how mobile technology can reshape industries and provide new opportunities to streamline workflows, improve employee collaboration, and reimagine the customer experience. She is passionate about helping business leaders understand the impact emerging technologies can have on communication, operations, and sales and marketing, and she enjoys breaking down complex technology jargon to make the business case for innovation.

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Mobility, Cloud, and the Enterprise: Mobile Application Strategies for Today

By next year over half of all US companies will formally support BYOD, bringing on the challenge of securing data and applications on devices that may often be in the hands malicious users, or worse – teenagers looking to win a game of Pokémon Go with mom’s work iPhone. And, thanks to the consumerization of IT, mobile users increasingly expect the same smooth user experience with business applications that is provided by popular games and consumer applications.

Fortunately, increased mobility and the bring your own device explosion don’t always add up to increased security challenges and UI/UX struggles. This Tech Byte series will look at the most important considerations when planning a mobile strategy – from application development platform to security and governance to user interface guidelines, and present best practices that businesses of all kinds can use to help ensure a successful shift towards a mobile-first enterprise.

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Why Good Apps Are Not Good Enough

What consumers want — that you might not know.

Many business leaders in the Forrester survey were unaware of what consumers really wanted from a mobile app. For example, many customers wanted a reliable app that didn't drain their batteries, while business leaders thought customers preferred apps with all the “bells and whistles.”
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The Total Economic Impact Of IBM MobileFirst Cost Savings And Business Benefits Enabled By MobileFirst

Enterprise-grade mobile apps can have a major impact on the bottom line, with capabilities that include continuously improving mobile apps, making them secure, conceptualizing and personalizing mobile apps, and enriching them with enterprise data. Forrester Consulting evaluated the potential financial impact of MobileFirst on organizations and how this mobile enterprise application platform and associated application deployment and management capabilities can be leveraged to win, serve, and retain customers.

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Gartner Magic Quadrant 2016

Mobile apps are at the front line of the digital revolution, and MADPs are becoming the main driver accelerating digital transformation in businesses. We evaluate the major vendors and key trends in this space to help IT leaders select platforms that best match their business and technical needs.

If you’d like to learn more about the report and its findings use the form to get in touch.
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3 Battle Plans for Surviving Enterprise Mobility

Today’s mobile workforce demands connectivity for a growing number and increasing variety of devices from laptop to smartphone, tablet, wearables and whatever will shortly come next. Additionally, users want to connect from anywhere, using any network, sans the cumbersome calls to VPNs.

This Battlecard gives IT the plans to win the command and control employee mobility demands:
  • Phase One: Battlefield Basic Provisions – MDM & MAM
  • Phase Two: BYOD and Containerization
  • Phase Three: Full Enterprise Mobility Management
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Ten Reasons You Don’t Need MDM

Tired of hearing all the ways you need to go “mobile” and all the ”things” it can do for your business. Don’t buy the hype, here’s a list of perfectly valid reasons fast and secure mobile deployment and management is a bunch of hullabaloo and poppycock.
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Live Event: Cloud & SDN – What It Means For Your Wi-Fi

The rapid evolution of networking solutions and the impact of macro technology trends makes future-proofing your infrastructure more complex than ever. With hype around Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Cloud reaching tipping point, what impact do these technologies have on the future design, deployment, and support of your wireless LAN infrastructure?

Join us on Thursday, 21 January 2016 to explore the possibilities and chart Wi-Fi’s evolutionary path to determine where best to place your bets in 2016 and beyond.

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The State of Mobile Security Maturity

In this study, we set to explore, with the help of ISMG, how enterprises view mobile security risks, what capabilities they are currently deploying vis-à-vis the four pillars of the framework and what their short-to- medium-term plans are to extend these capabilities.
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Mobilephobia: Curing the CISO’s Most Common Mobile Security Fears

When you think about mobile security and policies, do you ever think about all the places your enterprise data is going? We operate in a mobile economy, with an estimated 16M mobile devices infected by malware at any given time. There are more mobile devices connected to the Internet than human beings in the world. The question is: Are we prepared for that?
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Analyst Webinar ‐ Building the Connected Experience

In this webinar you will learn from Forrester about Wi-Fi trends in 2016 that include:

• How Cloud Networking is becoming the new standard for network management

• The evolution of Wi-Fi, from basic connectivity to systems of personalized engagement and business intelligence

• The importance of having an application platform that leverages your wireless network

• Examples from customers that are using their networks to transform their business

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Web content management remains a vibrant and growing market, fueled by the aspirations of digital strategists on the demand side and continuous innovation on the supply side. IT application leaders, marketers, digital experience specialists and merchandizers all now view WCM as mission-critical.
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