“The Single Best Tech Conference of the Year!”

That’s what one of our customers said last year. Our motto for MobileIron Live! 2017 is: “Come with questions – leave with answers.”

You can register here for Santa Clara, California (May 9-11) and here for Berlin (June 1-2).

Here are five reasons this is a must-attend event for every MobileIron customer:

  1. Deep content
    Our conference is technical, with material presented by our engineers, product managers, and customers. Our attendees are mobility owners, architects, administrators, and security professionals. Click to see the agenda for Santa Clara and Berlin. No fluff.
  2. Custom agenda
    We contact every registrant personally to see what topics are most important to him or her. At the top of the list so far this year: Office 365 security, DEP best practices, Android evolution, and Windows 10 with EMM. We will make sure that you leave with the tools and best practices you need for success.
  3. Peer best practices
    Our customers represent the true leading edge of business transformation through mobility. You will get in-depth best practice sharing with your peers at other companies in your industry and beyond.
  4. Technology evolution
    You will dive deep into topics that help you with your current deployment as well as the evolving architecture of MobileIron to support cloud services, Windows and Mac desktops, and the Internet of Things. You will be able to design an architecture to support the evolving technology landscape.
  5. One-on-one interaction
    Our support and solutions engineers will be available for one-to-one discussion during the entire show at the MobileIron Live! Answers Bar.

The focus of MobileIron Live! is education on architecture and deployment best practices to make every attendee a better mobile IT professional. I hope you can join us.

Ojas Rege

Chief Strategy Officer

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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.