Meeting Archive:
Securing the Enterprise of Things

Meeting Description:
The Internet of Things (IoT) will drive the next great computing era – extending the mobile era, leveraging cloud services and big data to unlock new value. One of the largest segments of IoT will be the Enterprise - better referred to as the Enterprise of Things (EoT), which includes the connected devices, processes and systems that are rapidly transforming the way we do business. The Enterprise of Things will help drive the future growth of your company, but will also present a significant challenge: how to effectively manage and secure the exploding points of connectivity, and enormous amounts of data they produce and expose. The appeal of unifying all enterprise endpoint security and management within a single system is strong. Join BlackBerry and 451 Research to learn how to manage and secure your Enterprise of Things.  

Please join BlackBerry’s COO, Marty Beard, and Brian Partridge, VP of IoT at 451 Research for an interactive discussion on how to manage and secure your expanding Enterprise of Things.

Attendees of this webinar will:

  • Access key findings in a survey of 200 IT de­cision-makers responsible for endpoint decisions in their organizations.
  • Discover how many organizations are planning IT’s roles and responsibilities for IoT deployment and management.
  • Understand how far along your peers are in their digital transformation, and where there are security concerns for digital technologies.
  • Learn where there are barriers for unified IoT management within organizations of all sizes and how to overcome them.
  • Learn how and why there is a strong preference for taking a unified approach to managing your Enterprise of Things
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Date: Thu, Oct 19, 2017
Time: 01:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): BlackBerry
 Presenter Information
Marty Beard
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Chief Operating Officer

Brian Partridge
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Research VP, IoT
451 Research

Chris Hazelton
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Director, Marketing