TABLET STRATEGY West full-session videos now online; learn about putting tablets to work

by Michael Singer

March 21 2013

Genentech’s Raj Harapanahalli and Ben Lei talk about the biotech giant's experiences with tablets
Genentech’s Raj Harapanahalli and Ben Lei talk about the biotech giant's experiences with tablets

More than 20 speakers in fields such as biotech, education, retail, healthcare, and sales eagerly shared their experiences with our audience at TabTimes TABLET STRATEGY West.

TabTimes TABLET STRATEGY West debuted in San Francisco on February 20. If you missed this event or some of its sessions, all full-session videos are now available free - some of them being reserved for TabTimes members.

Keynotes sessions and Ben Bajarin's presentation: only for TabTimes Pro members

The event kicked off with an insightful perspective by Thomas Butler, a manager with Lenovo’s ThinkPad line, who argued in favor of Windows 8 for enterprise tablet deployments. His session was followed by an overview of the growth of tablets at work by Creative Strategies analyst and TabTimes columnist Ben Bajarin.

Other keynotes included Genentech’s Raj Harapanahalli and Box’s Chris Yeh.

The full video of of these four sessions is now available in our Resources section to TabTimes members, one of several benefits that come with being a registered member. If you're not a Pro member yet, it's free: register here.

Other session videos: available free to all

The videos from all other sessions are avaiable at TabletStategyWest.com.

These include presentations from tablet project managers in the Education, Sales and Retail sectors  in our Learn from experience sessions.

Panel sessions include discussions about making tablets work inside an enterprise; what lies beyond BYOD; and how to manage your own tablet project.

An all-star panel of industry analysts, moderated by tech blogger Robert Scoble,  took turns talking about the future of tablets. (They really had fun: don't miss that video.)

Don't miss our next conference, TabletBiz, on Nov. 13, 2013 in New York City.

Michael Singer is the Business Editor for TabTimes

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