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April 10, 2018

 

 

Come with questions. Leave with answers.

Register here for Berlin (May 16-17) and here for U.S.: New York, NY (May 22), Austin, TX (June 4), and Los Angeles, CA (June 7).

MobileIron Live! 2018 is about learning. “Come with questions. Leave with answers.” is the motto of our eighth annual user conference. Every session has one goal: Make MobileIron customers successful in their transformation to modern work.

Why to attend:

These are technical sessions focused on architecture and best practices. No fluff. Our product managers and engineers will give you a deep-dive into the latest capabilities of MobileIron. Your peers will share their successes and challenges. You will leave with practical approaches that you can start implementing the day you get back home. Modern endpoint and cloud technologies change constantly, so all of the session content is new.

Who to bring:

“So much good content I wanted to duplicate myself so I could attend more of the sessions!” is what one attendee said last year. We have several parallel tracks of highly interactive sessions, so make sure to bring a few people from your team. In addition to your mobile experts and IT leadership, your security and infrastructure colleagues will benefit from a deeper understanding of how mobile security and enablement impacts the overall computing architecture of your organization. Mobile is no longer a silo. It must now integrate tightly with cloud applications, desktop engineering, identity infrastructure, and security operations.

What you will learn:

We will focus on use cases and deployment architecture for new MobileIron capabilities launched over the last 12 months, so you can get the most value from your MobileIron investment.

Google’s presence will be a highlight of the conference. Google’s Android enterprise experts will join us for the Android Experience track at all events. They will lead sessions on enrollment, privacy, security, application management, and operational advancements in Android that you can start using right away with MobileIron.

We will have workshops on:

  • Cloud: Mobile apps are the interface to enterprise cloud services. We’ll cover new mobile security controls for Office 365 apps, deeper integrations with the Microsoft stack, moving to a zero-footprint MobileIron solution, and designing an adaptive access model for business cloud services. We will be sharing new Validated Designs for MobileIron Access.
  • Identity: Advanced authentication is essential for both user experience and security. We’ll describe how to move beyond passwords, implement seamless single sign-on, use MobileIron for multi-factor authentication, and integrate with your existing identity infrastructure.
  • Risk: Mobile threats are evolving constantly. We’ll discuss the evolution of the threat landscape and new methods in MobileIron for detecting and remediating device, app, and network attacks. We’ll make sure you are in good shape for GDPR compliance and ongoing security audits.
  • Endpoint: All modern operating systems – Android, iOS, macOS, Windows 10 – have introduced new enterprise capabilities over the last year that are essential for every IT professional to understand. Along with a deep-dive into Android, we’ll describe how to unify iOS and macOS with MobileIron, and how to leverage new capabilities in Windows 10 to accelerate the shift from the desktop image to unified endpoint management (UEM).

In the Roadmap Room, our product managers will share product strategy and roadmaps for MobileIron Core, Cloud, Access, Sentry, Tunnel, and Secure Apps. At the Answers Bar, you will meet our support engineers for live troubleshooting and discussion of your specific implementation. At the Technology Zone in Berlin, you will experience innovative technologies being integrated with MobileIron, including the latest mobile devices, tools to simplify your operations, and solutions to expand user productivity.

And, of course, you will be able to meet, network, and share experiences with your incredibly talented peers from other MobileIron customers.

How to register:

Register here for Berlin (May 16-17) and here for U.S.: New York, NY (May 22), Austin, TX (June 4), and Los Angeles, CA (June 7). The Berlin event is at an amazing facility called Motorwerk (see here), a historic manufacturing plant that is now the site of automobile launches, fashion shows, concerts, and, of course, MobileIron Live! The U.S. events take place in three unique houses (see pictures below): a 200-year-old brownstone in New York’s Greenwich Village, a Lake Travis waterfront retreat in Austin, Texas, and a one-of-a-kind Bel Air mansion in Los Angeles. These events will provide an interactive learning experience that I think will be unlike any conference you have ever attended.

I will be there for every minute of every event and look forward to meeting you all. From our entire MobileIron team to you, welcome to the show!

Ojas Rege

Ojas Rege, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer at MobileIron

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Ojas Rege's perspective on enterprise mobility has been covered by Bloomberg, CIO Magazine, Financial Times, Forbes, and Reuters. He coined the term “Mobile First” on TechCrunch in 2007, one week after the launch of the first iPhone, to represent a new model of personal and business computing. He is co-inventor on six mobility patents, including the enterprise app store and BYOD privacy. Ojas is also a Fellow of the Ponemon Institute for information security policy. Ojas has a BS/MS in Computer Engineering from M.I.T. and an MBA from Stanford. Ojas is also Board Chair for Pact, a non-profit in Oakland, California that provides adoption services for children of color and their parents.