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Mobile work exchange spring town hall april 30 2013 planning for tomorrow s mobile enterprise

Mobile Work ExchangeSpring Town HallApril 30, 2013Planning for Tomorrow’s Mobile Enterprise


Mobile work exchange spring town hall april 30 2013 planning for tomorrow s mobile enterprise

Panel MembersJeffrey AitDirector of Public Sector North AmericaGood TechnologyLt. Col Anmy D. TorresChief, Cyber Plans, Transport, and SustainmentAir National Guard, National Gurad BureauRobert DuffyChief Information OfficerOffice of the Inspector GeneralU.S. Department of Homeland Security


Mobile work exchange spring town hall april 30 2013 planning for tomorrow s mobile enterprise

CIO’s worldwide see mobility as a key driver of productivity and a primary channel for customer engagement


Mobile work exchange spring town hall april 30 2013 planning for tomorrow s mobile enterprise

700K

182.4M

150.8M

Corporate-liable devices expected to ship by 2015

Employee-liable devices expected to ship by 2015

Android Apps,

20B downloads

(October 2012)

775K

Mobility has descended on the Enterprise

iOS Apps,

40B downloads

(January 2013)


The enterprise landscape has changed forever

The Enterprise Landscape has Changed Forever

… and increasing demand for wide variety ofproductivity and business apps

… To proliferation of personal deviceswith rich mobile OSs

From a homogeneousset of corporate-issueddevices…


Mobile work exchange spring town hall april 30 2013 planning for tomorrow s mobile enterprise

IT requires security, compliance, & management


Mobile work exchange spring town hall april 30 2013 planning for tomorrow s mobile enterprise

Users demand to collaborate

to be productive


Mobile work exchange spring town hall april 30 2013 planning for tomorrow s mobile enterprise

Blue blocks

Four Enterprise Use Cases are Emerging

  • Company Owned

  • BYOD

  • Fixed-Function Devices

  • Business Transformation


New opportunities bring new risks challenges

New Opportunities Bring New Risks & Challenges

Mixed Business and Personal Environments

Compliance and Data Protection Risks

Accommodate Mix of Devices and OS

Patchwork of Point Security Solutions

Limited Enterprise Scaling


In order to succeed it needs the ability to

In Order to Succeed, IT Needs the Ability To:

Protect business data against loss and leaks (on device, over-the-air, cloud)

Protect against rogue devices – jailbroken, rooted

Respect user privacy – monitoring, blacklisting, whole device wipe

  • Easily manage and support

  • Discovery and distribution

  • Updates and fixes

  • Business app monitoring and analytics

  • Self service


Questions for the panel

Questions for the Panel

  • Why is Mobility Important to the Federal Government and to your agency?

  • What can you share about mobility strategies that will help our audience understand the role of mobility?

  • Given the nature of the Government’s diverse mission, from customer service to national security, the increase to productivity through the use of mobile technology is both needed and desired.  Given the mobility trends of “Bring your own device” and “Bring your own Data” -- Can you comment on your organizations adoption of these trends and the pro and cons of the implementation?

  • Today, security is on the forefront of all technology discussions.  Mobile devices present new, significant security issues to IT departments.  What should be done to protect Government organizations from these yet unforeseen threats while enabling the capabilities being demanded by the mobile workforce?  How will you address encryption at-rest and in-transit?  What methodology will you use to provide Identity management on the Mobile devices in accordance with the latest standards? 


Questions for the panel1

Questions for the Panel

  • The real productivity gains in Mobility lie in the applications and data that are transferred to these devices.  How can Government agencies leverage organizational specific mobile applications to enhance productivity while maintaining security?

    • How will Government Apps be created, validated and distributed? 

    • How will you deal with Data Loss Prevention? 

  • What is going well that is supporting the mobile workforce?

  • What challenges is your organization or others encountering when implementing mobility strategies?

  • Do you have a best practice that you can share?

  • What’s next for your agency?


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