You see employees in the hallways, conference rooms and on the road using a personal mobile device to conduct daily business. According to Gartner, 90 percent of organizations will support corporate applications on personal devices by 2014. The number and type of mobile devices continues grow every year with user-owned devices increasing IT capacity, management, and security concerns. The challenge resulting from this proliferation of smartphones, PDAs, iPhone and iPads, and others, is not when to support this wide range of devices, but how to support them securely and with minimal impact to IT and help desk efforts.
Join this webcast and learn more about the current state of mobile identity and how your company can adapt to a mobile enterprise and yet reduce its exposure and ultimately protect your users. Listen to Eric Olden, Founder & CEO of Symplified, explain how IT can take action to deliver enterprise class IAM to the mobile workforce.
In addition, you'll hear an engaging discussion about mobile identity:
What is driving the new mobile identity revolution and where it's heading
How breadth & depth of an IAM solution is required for today's mobile enterprises
Why purpose-built IAM for the cloud matters for your mobile environment
Recommendations on how to bridge your current IT infrastructure with your mobile devices
Who Should Attend?
This webcast is ideal for: Developers, IT Architects, CIOâs and other IT professionals including SaaS Administrators, who are looking to learn more about the current state of mobile identity to securely connect their mobile workforce to their IAM infrastructure and apps.
Symplified has developed the first complete IAM platform for the cloud and includes your mobile devices. Enterprises can utilize cloud services for all their IAM needs including the management of their emerging mobile device workforce.
Eric Olden Founder & CEO
Eric has over 15 years of IAM experience and was the market pioneer for Web Access Management and User Provisioning with the industry leading ClearTrust product.