Tuesday, May 15, 2012
10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET
Register and Attend for a Chance to Win a Dell XPS Ultrabook Laptop*
- John Lyons, End User Computing Field Marketing Manager, Dell Inc.
- Jason Moody, Mobility Solutions Architect, Dell Inc.
Smartphones and Tablets are transforming the way businesses operate by allowing users to become more productive and responsive to business demands. In addition to corporate liable devices, companies are opening access to employee owned devices for email and enterprise access.
This expansion of mobility devices and services places strain on IT through additional challenges such as tighter security requirements, new mobile applications, and high expectations from C-level leaders, business leaders & end-users. This move challenges the IT leaders with questions like:
- How do I support all of the emerging platforms/Devices?
- How do I provide secure access and protect corporate data?
- How do I keep costs in control and efficiently manage mobile applications deployments, upgrades and maintenance?
- How can I increase productivity by effectively integrating mobile devices in the workplace?
- How do I ensure that our applications work across platforms?
Join us to learn about how Dell can help you solve the problem you are facing (demo screen shots included), while reducing management costs and Dell’s vision of how this area is going to evolve over the next 2-4 years.
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John Lyons, End User Computing Field Marketing Manager, Dell Inc.
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John is an End User Computing Field Marketing Manager with Dell. In this position, he is responsible for driving end-user solutions marketing activities to help promote Dell’s world class delivery of solutions and services. He partners closely with sales teams, customers, Dell solutions teams, business intelligence and marketing teams.
John has over 15 years of experience with corporate technology holding various positions in sales management and marketing. John is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point where he also served as a Captain in the US Army.
Jason Moody, Mobility Solutions Architect, Dell Inc.
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Jason Moody works in the Enterprise Mobility Solutions and Services group at Dell. Prior to joining Dell, Jason has worked in the wireless industry for 15 years in infrastructure, wireless carrier and mobility strategy. Jason Moody graduated from the University of Texas in Austin and began his career with Paranet, in infrastructure consulting. When Paranet was purchased by Sprint, Jason took his infrastructure experience and moved into Wireless. As a channel and business development manager, Jason managed Business Solutions Partners & Vertical Accounts. It was then Jason discovered his true passion in solutions engineering with an opportunity to manage solutions engineering for a partner around the big four carriers. His specialty lies in Telecom Expense Management (TEM), Mobile Device Management (MDM), Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) and Mobile Security.
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