TORONTO, CANADA (PRWEB) November 3, 2005 –
Nortel Online Mobility Conference and Expo, Live on November 8, 2005 - powered by Unisfair. The free online event offers best practices for implementing a mobility strategy, lessons on deploying mobility and wireless solutions, updates on mobile communications developments - including WLAN, Mesh, SIP and Mobile VoIP and keynote presentations by Nortel CIO, Albert Hitchcock, Nortel Enterprise CTO Phil Edholm, RIM’s VP Enterprise Systems David Werezak and Intel’s Strategic Director Joaquin Sufuentes.
Nearly 47% of companies have deployed mobile solutions without a strategic vision from the outset, according to Gartner research. To limit operational costs and security risks, it is becoming increasingly important for enterprises to develop a mobility strategy that evaluates and implements wired and wireless services, devices and applications to enable workers to maintain productivity regardless of location.
Building the Mobile Enterprise – Nortel’s first ever online mobility expo– goes live on November 8th. The event is designed to help IT professionals solve their enterprise mobility challenges by offering compelling conference sessions, best practices for implementing a mobility strategy, lessons on deploying mobility and wireless solutions, updates on mobile communications developments - including: WLAN, Mesh, SIP and Mobile VoIP and wide-ranging product and solution exhibits. All at the convenience of users’ desktops.
The one day event features:
- Building the Mobile Enterprise - Critical Considerations for Today and Tomorrow
Phil Edholm, Enterprise CTO, Nortel
David Werezak, VP Enterprise Systems, Research in Motion (RIM)
- Implementing your Mobility Strategy - Lessons from the CIO
Albert Hitchcock, CIO, Nortel
- Marketplace Dynamics - Best Practices for Mobility Management, Security, and Applications
Robin Gareiss, Executive Vice President & Sr. Founding Partner, Nemertes Research Inc
- The Users Speak! - Real-World Mobility In Action
Sandra Gittlen, Technology Editor and Writer
John Haltom, Network Director of Technology Management, Erlanger Health System
Christopher Ferski, Director, Information Technology, Goldsmith Agio Helms
Mike Vertefeuille, University of Connecticut School of Business Director of Information Technology Faculty, Operations and Information Management
- WLAN, Mesh, WiMAX - When, Where, Why, How?
Abner Germanow, Program Manager, Enterprise Networks Services, IDC
Mark Whitton, Vice President and General Manager, WiMAX and Wireless Mesh Networks
- Mobility Beyond Data - Multimedia Applications in Action
Jeff McDowell, Director, Alliances, Research in Motion (RIM)
Joaquin Sufuentes, Director eBusiness and Information Technology, Mobility Group, Intel
Mark Bissell, Director of Multimedia Portfolio Brand Management, Nortel
“We’re very excited to host Nortel’s first virtual expo – a global web based exposition which brings the leading experts in Mobility to IT professionals all over the world without any travel or expenses. Participants can attend the conference anytime it’s most convenient to them from anywhere they have Internet access,“ said Diane Schmidt, Director of Global Solutions Marketing, Nortel.
You can obtain more information about the event and register free at:
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