VMware AirWatch Learning Lab and Breakfast
A Learning Lab where VMware Identity Manager combined with AirWatch will conduct a learning seminar to educate about their innovative and secure Single Sign-On (SSO) experience to Web, Mobile and SaaS applications on your corporate and BYOD devices. (Breakfast and refreshments provided)
Registration with tea and coffee
IDC Keynote Presentation: Enterprise Mobility: Taking it to the streets
We’ve talked long and hard about the infrastructure around mobility - MDM, enterprise mobility management, security and infrastructure. As the market matures, its time to talk about moving the enterprise to where the customers live - taking mobility to the streets. Mobilising the organisation requires a strategy, a rethinking of processes and a transformation in the way people work, interact and collaborate to deliver value.
Associate Vice President, Australia Research, IDC Australia
The Move to a Digital Workspace: End User Computing for the Mobile-Cloud Era
The digital workspace is emerging as the new end-user computing platform, securely delivering anytime, anywhere access to all apps, services and resources across all devices in the mobile-cloud era. In this session, Nathan discusses how the evolving workplace changes investments and expectations of the IT organization and shares the latest innovations that power the digital workspace.
End User Computing Specialist, VMware Australia & New Zealand
Thought-Wired Presentation - Brain Sensing Technology
Founder & CEO, Thought-Wired
Designing Innovative LOB and Enterprise Solutions
In this session, Atta will share real-world case studies and practical examples of how his team was able to deliver successful solutions that facilitated business transformation. Atta will shed some light on the process of designing and delivering innovative enterprise mobility solutions that allow and consider cutting operational costs while increasing staff efficiencies and satisfaction.
CEO & Co-Founder , LWA Solutions
Case study: Mobile Prototyping – the Path to Creating Engaged Teams
The Ministry for Primary Industries is responsible for protecting New Zealand’s borders against biological threats (both local and imported). Part of this responsibility extends to education and information and in this capacity an idea was formed to provide biosecurity information to travellers coming to New Zealand. Tasked with building an internal mobile development capability, engaging a business group that was scattered around the country, running workshops and delivering something that could prove the concept was a tough task, made tougher with limited budget. In this practical case study example Bill will show how the task was managed, the outcome, and what lessons were learned along the way.
Applications Manager, Ministry for Primary Industries
Looking ahead: IDC Predictions 2016 and the role of Innovation Accelerators
Shane will present the latest predictions from IDC with an emphasis on mobility and the impact on enterprise. The third platform is now well understood but its impact on the business is only increasing. Over the next 12-24 months enterprises will be faced with the need to digitally transform their industries. What IDC is calling Innovation accelerators will be at the centre of this transformation. Shane will highlight how this will impact the NZ enterprise.
Networking lunch and exhibition viewing
End of conference
* This Agenda is subject to change.