Mobile technologies: what can they give to modern business?

Mobile technologies: what can they give to modern business?
16.04.2012

Mobile technologies what can they give to modern business?

It seems that not so long time ago, the wired telephone and wired Internet access from a corporate PC were a dreamboats for statistically average citizen.

Today, devices allowing not only to make calls but also equipped with instant messaging software, GPS-navigation and Wi-Fi modules are normal ones. At the same time 4G appears and catch the market.

 

Infosecurity Russia 2012 organizers proudly invite you to join the profile Round-Table Discussion: Mobile Solutions For Business, which is to be held during Mobile Applications, Services & Security Day at 27-th September 2012.

 

Key Questions Are To Be Discussed:

 

- Mobile technologies: what can they give to modern business?

- Perspectives of mobile applications development

- Major trends to drive the market in nearest future

- What mobile applications are to be in requisition nearest few years?

- Platforms for mobile applications development: how the situation at this market will be changed, and what will be the main factors for this?

 

The discussion will get together IT specialists, system integrators and members of IT departments from different business sectors from all over Russia.

We proudly invite International and Domestic professionals of Mobile Technologies to join profile Round-Table discussions and present their cutting-age vision.

 

We will be glad to see youamong our speakers.

Secure your participation in the Infosecurity Russia 2012 by the booth and/or seminar time-slot reservation at int@groteck.ru
 
 
GROTECK Business Media
International Team
Infosecurity Russia 2012
26-28-th September, Moscow, Crocus Expo
 

 

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