The BlackBerry Secure World Tour has been on the road throughout North America and Europe, and if you weren't able to attend, the BlackBerry YouTube channel has now started to upload some of their highlight videos from the Toronto and San Francisco events.
The mobile workforce has emerged as one of the most significant productivity advancements of modern time, unleashing a frontier of opportunities across evolving applications and devices. But the business benefits come with a significant price: organizations must now manage large volumes of vulnerabilities introduced by a growing landscape of fluid endpoints. Simply put, enabling the workforce to share data -- confidentially and reliably – is now a mission-critical business priority, and leaving these bases uncovered poses significant risks to the organization. With so much at stake, key questions remain for today's enterprises:
- As the enterprise device and app population spreads across unmanaged devices, desktops, and wearables, how can organizations leverage them while mitigating risks?
- With more devices tapping productivity resources like Office Online, Skype, and OneDrive, how are security platforms evolving to safeguard them?
- As mobile-enabled workflows and shared files become more essential, what technologies will ensure they're used securely?
- How can organizations develop a holistic strategy to solve for these organizational challenges?
Join us on the BlackBerry Secure World Tour for "Empowering the Securely Connected Workforce," a one-day, immersive conference -- where you'll get an up-to-the-minute view of today's challenges and opportunities. Also, discover the latest innovations from BlackBerry and our partners in the experience center at each tour location.
While the North American leg of the tour has wrapped, there's still one event left in Australia on June 7 and one event remaining in Amsterdam on June 12. If you're interested in attending, you register via the BlackBerry Secure World Tour site.
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