This was originally presented on Dec. 17, 2013 and is awesome! If you have anything to do with “mobile”….or are even thinking about having anything to do with mobile, then you need to watch this webcast. Rich Sharpe gives some really incredible advice on what to do and what NOT to do when you are preparing a mobile app. I thought one of his best pieces of advice was less is more….in other words, think about what you really need and don’t throw the whole kitchen sink into your new app. Give this a watch and then get busy on your next mobile app!
Date: Tuesday, December 17
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Join Rich Sharpe for a session about Enterprise Mobile Strategy and get tips on how to get started, guidance on where to focus, and best practices to build the right plan for your company. Hear expert recommendations based on Sharpe’s experience consulting on mobile architecture for more than 40 companies. Get answers to your specific questions, as well as to the common questions asked by IT Directors venturing into enterprise mobility.
Attend for an in-depth examination of:
- The current and future enterprise mobility landscape
- The fundamentals for successful BYOD
- Security considerations
- Which apps bring the fastest ROI
- What NOT to mobilize
- Setting users’ expectations
- Best practices for an application development strategy (Native vs Web/HTML5)
- Offline considerations
- Case studies from various successful projects
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Meet our Speaker!
Technical Director at Teamstudio
Rich Sharpe has been in the IT industry for 15 years working on various aspects of Java development, Domino development, deployment practices, and more recently mobile activities. Over the last 4 years Rich has focused on assisting organizations that use Lotus Notes, by extending existing Notes applications to smart phones and tablets using XPages and technologies such as Teamstudio Unplugged.
More recently Rich has been involved with writing and giving training sessions focused on Mobile XPages development.
Prior to Teamstudio Rich worked for IBM and IBM Business Partners in various development, consulting and management roles. Rich has had articles published and spoken at numerous conferences over the years on Development Techniques, Quality Issues, Managing Development Teams and Implementing Mobile Strategies.