Enterprise Mobility is truly coming of age. Over the past 12 months, nearly all major technology vendors have made mobility one of their key focus areas which have driven awareness and confidence across the enterprise customer base. With this change, all the components, including stable devices, fast and reliable networks, robust mobile security solutions and the scalable applications required for companies to develop and support complex enterprise mobility solutions are now in place. So the question is – why are so few companies leveraging enterprise mobility solutions to drive competitive advantage and deliver business transformation?

CIOs Conversation

Claus Mortensen Claus Mortensen (Moderator)

Director, Emerging Technology Research, IDC Asia/Pacific
David Chung David Chung (Panelist)

Chief Technology Officer, Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited
Henk ten Bos Henk ten Bos (Panelist)

Chief Information Officer, Ageas Insurance Company (Asia) Limited

Enterprise Mobility is truly coming of age. Over the past 12 months, nearly all major technology vendors have made mobility one of their key focus areas which have driven awareness and confidence across the enterprise customer base. With this change, all the components, including stable devices, fast and reliable networks, robust mobile security solutions and the scalable applications required for companies to develop and support complex enterprise mobility solutions are now in place. So the question is – why are so few companies leveraging enterprise mobility solutions to drive competitive advantage and deliver business transformation?

CIOs Conversation

Claus Mortensen Claus Mortensen (Moderator)

Director, Emerging Technology Research, IDC Asia/Pacific
David Chung David Chung (Panelist)

Chief Technology Officer, Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited
Henk ten Bos Henk ten Bos (Panelist)

Chief Information Officer, Ageas Insurance Company (Asia) Limited