Presented by CTIA, the upcoming Super Mobility Week is North America’s largest forum for mobile innovation. BlackBerry is proud to be sending several of our leaders and experts to share their insights with partners, customers, media and analysts. This year’s BlackBerry delegation includes:
- John Sims, President of Global Enterprise Services, who will speak as part of the event’s Studio C John will talk about the transformation of BlackBerry’s business and our focus on enterprise mobility. (September 10, 11:30 am – noon)
- Adam Stanley, Manager of Developer Relations, will present a session titled Let’s Get Together: Building the Connections Between App Developers and IT Decision-Makers, which explores how developers and IT executives can build business applications that help professionals improve efficiency and productivity. (September 9, 12:30 pm- 12:59 pm)
- Michael K. Brown, Vice President of Security Product Management and Research, will argue in his presentation, Cybersecurity: Why BYOD is Not for Everyone, that productivity does not have to be sacrificed when developing a secure mobile platform. (September 9, 3:00 pm – 3:29 pm)
- Jeff Holleran, Senior Director of Enterprise Product Strategy, presents Mobility is Not One Size Fits All: Customizing Your Mobile Strategy With Your Industry In Mind, which discusses ways to tailor your mobile strategy to ensure your organization remains compliant with any regulations and requirements in your industry — without compromising the end-user experience of your employees. (September 10, 1:30 pm – 1:59 pm)
- Alec Saunders, Vice President, Cloud Business, will contribute to two panel sessions. The first, titled Internet of Things: Uncovering the Top Growth Segments, looks at the market segments where IoT technologies are blossoming now — and explores where the next opportunities may lie. (September 10 from 7:00 am – 8:45 am) The second panel: Cars Get a Life, explores the trend toward the connected car. (September 10 from 12:15 pm – 12:44 pm)
- Andrew Poliak, Director, Business Development, Automotive, will contribute to a panel discussion as part of the The Money Event. The session titled Cars Are Connected; Where Are the Applications will look at the changes required to make the car experience part of our digital lifestyle. (September 11 from Noon – 12:45 pm)
That’s not all. BlackBerry products and services are up for a number of CTIA awards, including several categories that will be chosen by popular vote. So, if you haven’t already, show your passion for BlackBerry by voting online!
If you can’t attend Super Mobility Week, follow the event on Twitter at @CTIAShows #SuperMobility. You can also follow @BlackBerry4Biz and @BlackBerryNews for highlights from BlackBerry’s participation at the event.