The agenda includes:
BlackBerry PlayBook Roadmap
- The next BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet OS will provide a slew of much anticipated features and functions. This session will take a deeper look into the setup and functionality of these new functions and we will also explore updates to Documents to Go, the new look and feel of Video Chat and other new features that make the BlackBerry PlayBook a productivity-packed tablet and a viable laptop replacement
- The landscape of the BlackBerry ecosystem is evolving to provide more function, more control and more possibilities for your business. Planning your backend infrastructure is a critical part in ensuring the long-term success of your mobile deployment. This session will guide you through the requirements for BlackBerry smartphones, BlackBerry PlayBook and additional personal liable devices. We will also provide the basics, tips and examples of how to architect a scalable, cost-controlled solution that provides the best-in-class BlackBerry manageability, reliability and security.
- With the increasing number of employees “going mobile” IT organizations are tasked with supporting, managing and securing a wide array of devices. One thing an IT organization can’t afford is an increasing amount of backend systems to support the mobile workforce. Learn how Research In Motion is continuing to enhance how BlackBerry smartphones are managed in the enterprise through new tools that simplify administration while maintaining security.
If you are an IT Manager or Director, Wireless Specialist, Service Manager, BlackBerry Enterprise Solution or Messaging Admin, Mobility Engineer, or LoB Manager looking to improve mobility in your departments, this is an event you won't want to miss. You can see a complete schedule for the North American forums and get registered at the link below.