The revolution in business mobility is transforming the most fundamental assumptions about how and where we work. Knowledge workers themselves have driven much of this forward momentum, as they have introduced tablets, smart phones, and business apps into the workplace — often purchased with their own money. Yet if business mobility is to evolve into its next, more advanced phase, the initiatives of employees will need to be supported. There is a clear call to action for both enterprise IT and service providers to smooth a fragmented business mobility marketplace for devices and apps; educate unconnected workers; ensure security and privacy on mobile devices; and deploy next-generation offerings such as desktop in the cloud, Wi-Fi voice, biorecognition, and dual-persona solutions.
To learn more about the sweeping changes that business mobility is driving, please join us for a live TweetChat on Thursday, August 8, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. (EDT), focused on how next-generation knowledge workers are accelerating the disruption in business mobility for service providers and their enterprise customers.
In this 45-minute session, Cisco executives Kit Beall and Chris Spain ,and I will share our insights into how service providers and enterprises can seize the opportunity at this crucial inflection point. We will refer to data obtained via our global Cisco® Consulting Services survey conducted earlier this year. Comprising of 4,800 respondents from eight countries in developed and emerging markets alike, it is one of the largest and most comprehensive studies of the needs, interests, and behaviors of end users of business mobility.
Mark Lowenstein, a leading wireless industry executive, influencer, advisor, and commentator, will moderate the conversation and facilitate a “Questions & Answers” session from the audience.
To attend and participate, log onto Twitter or TweetChat.com and follow the hashtag #CiscoYourWay. Questions can be submitted via @reply to the following participants below and must include the #CiscoYourWay hashtag.
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