Project leaders from Ford Motor Company, Jacobs Engineering, Ottawa Hospital, Seton Hall University and the Austin Convention Center will share practical advice and tablet deployment strategies at our first conference, which will be sponsored by Panasonic Toughpad.
TabTimes is excited to be presenting its first tablet business conference on April 27 in New York City’s Meatpacking district at the new Dream Downtown hotel, a fresh, new vibrant venue for this business technology conference.
Alan Masarek, the CEO of top-selling business app Quickoffice, will present the keynote at this one-day event, TabTimes TABLET STRATEGY presented by Panasonic Toughpad.
We’ve picked executives from Trend Micro, Box, MobileIron, 451 Research and Foley & Lardner among others to speak at the conference, which we are positioning to help enterprise decision-makers develop tablet projects to improve corporate productivity and achieve ROI goals.
Sessions will cover such topics as “Bring Your Own Device” policies, trends in corporate tablet projects, guidance in developing corporate apps, and critical security features. Speakers will include officials from the enterprise, health services, education, and other industries.
“Panasonic sees the opportunities for tablet use in enterprise and government environments growing rapidly in the coming years,” said Jim Dempsey, business development manager, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America.
“Device manufacturers, application developers and infrastructure providers have the opportunity to deliver the promise of mobile computing to markets that were not open to them before and to create new opportunities in existing markets,” he added. “By providing a platform for tablet-specific dialogue, TabTimes, through its web site and conferences, has carved out an important niche in this growing space.”
In addition to Panasonic, sponsors will include Alfresco, Fiberlink, Kensington, FileMaker, MobileIron, Propelics, Ringier Studios and Xplore Technologies.
More information can be found, and admission passes for the conference can be purchased, at TabletStrategy.com.