Upcoming Talks At MobileWeek 2014 In NYC

I’ll be attending MobileWeek 2014 in New York City next Monday, April 13. I’m at the conference all day, so drop by and say hello. Part way through the day I’ll  deliver a 2-minute lightning talk on mobile authentication followed by a panel on enterprise mobile security and scalability.

The lightning talk is at 12:25 pm:

How To Make Mobile Authentication Dead Easy

Are your developers struggling to integrate mobile apps and enterprise data? They shouldn’t be! In just 2 minutes, learn the easiest way to get easy end-to-end security between your mobile apps and the enterprise—all without using a VPN.

It must be easy if I can cover it in only 2 minutes.

The panel starts at 1:10 (which is an odd time to start, so keep an eye on the clock). It includes participants from Hightail, and will be moderated by Geoff Domoracki, who is one of the conference founders:

The Mobile Enterprise: Productivity, Security and Scalability

We hear terms like “mobile enterprise” or “mobile workforce” – but how far are we to creating an enterprise work environment that enables real-time communication beyond geographic boundaries – freeing the employee to work from his phone anywhere in the world? This panel explores the opportunities and challenges around the emergence of a “mobile enterprise” where sitting at a desk in the office is becoming more and more out-dated. How do you share documents – secure data – prove identity – and geo-collaborate in the new mobile enterprise?

Overall it looks to be a good day. New York is a hot bed of mobile development, and I’m looking forward to meeting lots of interesting people.

See you at MobileWeek.

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