IBM Pulse 2013 Agenda at a Glance
With four days of top-notch education, Pulse 2013 will help you react with agility in changing competitive landscapes, reduce vulnerability throughout the service lifecycle, and continuously improve the business impact of the technology. Pulse 2013 will address a multitude of audiences and industries with sessions that demonstrate how to apply the tools and best practices to help your organization achieve business without limits through:
Whatever your role, industry or technology needs, you will find the information you need at Pulse 2013.
Transactions begin at the moment of awareness. On a smarter planet, people are able to securely exchange information, finances and/or goods and services at the moment of awareness. The most forward thinking companies will activate mobile technology at all points of awareness, initiating better quality interactions that, over time, will lead to an increase in more meaningful transactions. Ultimately, these transactions will grow business, extending reach to more audiences and more geographies, in ways that are more profitable and efficient. Come and interact with mobile subject matter experts, come hear about the innovative capabilities customers like you can achieve, and see hands-on demonstrations of new capabilities from IBM that can help you take the next steps to make mobile integral to your enterprise.
This track will include sessions with advice on building an organization-wide strategy that best fits your unique needs, efficiently developing cross-platform mobile apps and connecting them to existing back-end and cloud systems, and transformation through mobile collaboration. Share your stories of creating rich, personalized mobile experiences that are consistent across your business and its channels or how you got the most from your mobile channel by optimizing your mobile user experience and gathering insight through analytics to better meet your customers’ wants and needs.
In this track we will cover a wide range of topics exploring how mobile devices impact all aspects of an organization’s operational environment. From managing a BYOD program to reducing telecom expense management to integrated security of devices, data, and user access to WiFi network management, there’s a lot to address. Customers, business partners, and IBM subject matter experts are all invited to submit sessions on mobile device management, BYOD, telecom expense management, mobile security access and event management, or wireless network management.
This track will explore how endpoint management is playing an increasing role across IT departments as companies continue to deploy a broad range of different devices, endpoints and networks that support enterprise mobility. Come hear best practices and case studies from customers as share their stories about how endpoint management solutions have helped them optimize their mobile strategy.