Winning the BYOD Game: How to Create a Supportable Governance Strategy
February 14, 2012 - Colorado Springs, Colo.
Cherwell Software, one of the fastest-growing IT Service management software providers announced today that Matt Neigh, Cherwell Technology Evangelist, will join Jason Rosenfeld of Cask, LLC, a provider of technology and business advisory services to commercial and government clients, for a presentation on Winning the BYOD Game: How to Create a Supportable Governance Strategy Tuesday, February 21, 2012 at 9AM during PINK’s 16th Annual IT Service Management Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas, NV. The session is free to registered PINK attendees, but does require registration as seating is limited.
As the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) surge continues to challenge status-quo IT support SLAs and protocol, companies are being forced to review their policies. Employees are demanding anytime, anywhere mobile access from PCs, tablets and phones, challenging both corporate governance efforts and service support models. This session will help attendees create a game plan to manage the proliferation of personal mobile devices in the workplace.
Participants will learn how to design a governance strategy that supports BYOD, enables increased employee productivity while preventing increased support costs. In addition, they will discover innovative ways the service desk can actually use these same mobile devices to streamline support services and reduce costs.
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