Aruba Networks Enterprise Mobility Summit goes on tour across MEA

Roadshow will visit six countries across the region, including KSA, with discussions on the future of Enterprise Mobility.

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Aruba Networks Enterprise Mobility Summit goes on tour across MEA Kozup: Mobility is top of the agenda for many IT managers.
By  David Ndichu Published  May 13, 2015

Aruba Networks has announced six dates for its new Enterprise Mobility Summit tour taking place across the Middle East and Europe.

Kicking off on the 19th of May in Riyadh, the tour is designed for IT Directors and Managers, Network Security Specialists, Senior IT & Network decision makers across any industry to hear first-hand accounts of successful implementations of enterprise mobility technology and policies from real-life case studies.

Key topics will include Mobility as a key driver of the IT industry's growth, Innovation in Enterprise Mobility, Mobile Security Best practices and case studies in Business Mobility. Each of these points will host the following sub sections:

Security – how can organisations minimise risks associated with Mobility?

Innovation – what are the latest technological developments that can enable optimum results? Live demonstrations include Mobile Engagement, High Performance Wi-Fi and Secure Mobility Solutions

Impact - The business case for the All Wireless Workplace and how mobile technology can be utilised to improve productivity, efficiency and process, sharpen service and increase revenues.

Attendees will learn the latest in how emerging Mobility technologies will impact their business’s and allow them to share their experiences internally.

“Mobility is top of the agenda for many IT managers with demand for the use of mobile devices and cloud based applications exploding,” said Chris Kozup, Senior Director, EMEA Marketing at Aruba Networks.

“This undoubtedly puts pressure on enterprise Wi-Fi capacity and security needs, but can also result in huge efficiency gains when managed properly.

We’re looking forward to getting out and meeting our users across EMEA, and hopefully we’ll be able to share our thoughts and help end the search for all those hunting for smarter, faster Wi-Fi.”

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