Apps World announces new enterprise-focused conference

Apps World is launching a new conference that is aiming to recognise the enterprise apps sector and assist those making the transition to mobile enterprise.

Enterprise Apps World takes place over 17 and 18 June at Olympia National in London and aims to stimulate discussion on the biggest issues that are currently affecting the sector.

The main goal of the conference is to look at the various challenges that companies face when going mobile in the work place with various key stakeholders presenting discussions on the key issues that include privacy, security, and managing bring your own device [BYOD] policies.

Conference content is split into two distinct tracks with the Enterprise App Developers Track free to attend whereas the Enterprise Mobility track starts at £395 per day at the current early bird price, which expires on 18 April 2014.

The free portion examines how mobile can transform the enterprise and will look at various different topics including cross-platform development, mobile security, and app deployment as well as HTML5 considerations or whether to go native.

Delegates that sign up for the Enterprise Mobility track can expect to find out about technology that can keep the business moving with sessions taking an extensive look at everything that goes into using enterprise in a business situation. There will be a particular focus on mobile device management and mobile application management, as well as BYOD, bring your own application [BYOA] and bring your own everything [BYOX].

In addition to the two tracks there is an exhibition floor that will include stands from more than 50 exhibitors and is also free of charge with the Enterprise Apps Hackfest another part of the event that is completely free to all attendees.

The show takes place alongside the Cloud World Forum that had over 8,000 attendees and more information on both events can be found at this link.

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