Cisco to Discuss Next Generation of Mobility Networking
What: On May 28, 2008, Cisco executives will discuss how to enable business mobility with ease - from more places than ever before, as well as how the barriers between public, personal and private wireless networks will disappear, simplifying IT management of mobile devices and assets. A special guest customer from Toyota Motor Sales will describe how it's successfully building a mobile business for enabling new levels of productivity and improved business agility. And a lead research analyst from Forrester Consulting will detail best practices for ushering in the next generation of business mobility.
The discussion will highlight:
- How enterprises can eliminate silos that divide networks, applications and mobile devices
- How visibility and control can be extended to existing and future mobile devices and assets
- How businesses can work with Cisco's ecosystem of partners to mobilize business applications and use network information
- How advances in supercharging mobile collaboration are providing access to the right business applications at the right time and place
An interactive Q&A follows.
Who: Erik Parker, senior infrastructure analyst of wireless and LAN infrastructure design at Toyota Motor Sales; Ellen Daley, Forrester vice president and research director; hosted by Brett Galloway, senior vice president and general manager of Cisco's Wireless and Security Technology Group, and Ben Gibson, Cisco's senior director of mobility solutions.
When: Wednesday, May 28, 2008, 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. PDT
Where: The videocast can be accessed by registering at the URL below.
How: To schedule press interviews after the broadcast, please email Ed Tan, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 408 421-5132.
To schedule analyst interviews after the broadcast, please contact Nicole Hall, email@example.com, or call 408 853-7868.
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