Good afternoon! Quick post with some pictures for your Thursday afternoon.
Kelly Ungs, Steve Shea, and H’ng Cui Gin attended the Honeywell APAC Partner Conference earlier this week, and sent along some photos. As the need for mobility continues to boom in emerging markets such as China, device manufacturers such as Honeywell, are answering the call.
We’re on the road again this week in Chicago attending ProMat 2011. During show hours on Monday, the folks from Warehouse IQ stopped by and filmed our very own Greg Berger demonstrating Speakeasy. We’ve posted it below as well as a few pictures from the show. If you’re at the show, stop by and see it for yourself!
We’re demonstrating the new German UI of Avalanche in Berlin and if you are at either event, please stop by to see Avalanche Smartphone Management and grab some free gifts. Also, if you haven’t checked out our upcoming webinar schedule, do so now and learn more about Cisco phone management as well as the aforementioned Smartphone Management.
Good morning everyone! We’re on the road in Las Vegas this week for the Motorola Channel Partner Expo. Today is the last day of the event, so if you’re in town for the show and haven’t dropped by, there is still time to do so. We’re demonstrating the soon to be released Avalanche smartphone support and also snapped some pictures just before the doors opened for last night’s session. Hope you enjoy them!
Happy Monday folks! As you know, we were on the road in sunny Orlando, Florida last week attending the 2011 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) show. Greg Berger sent along a couple of pictures he snapped, and I wanted to share them. We had several people taking photos and we’ll try to get some more posted this week.
We are attending a ton of shows, so take a peek at our Events page and stay up-to-date with our schedule.
With our recent announcement about the soon-to-be released Smartphone support from Avalanche, we are obviously paying greater attention to not only just traditional mobile device management topics, but more and more to those that involve Smartphones, tablets, etc. I missed this column when it came out, but it brings up some very interesting questions regarding the safety of data on employee and corporate owned devices.
The column points to a recent California Supreme Court ruling that information contained on a mobile device, can be accessed by police without a warrant. Now, for most of us that means little, but the author makes a compelling case about how that could cause some serious security issues. For example, a doctor caught speeding and his device, which happens to contain confidential patient information, is confiscated.
“The potential consequences to the hospital are devastating: Not only must it inform patients of a privacy breach (an effort which can, by itself, cost millions of dollars). It may also face fines and legal action for allowing the information to be revealed in the first place.”
We’re at the Intermec North American Sales Kickoff this week and wanted to get a quick snapshot up from last night. I also wanted to get a post up on something that happened a few weeks back. I’m sure many of you saw this headliner, simply due to the amount of publicity it generated. But, it does make you wonder about how much sensitive information is being carried around us in most everyday situations, such as the coffee shop, the grocery store, public transportation and so forth. Further, it proves the importance for organizations – whether they be University research centers, private firms, etc. – to manage and secure their mobile assets AND the data they house.
We’re on the road this week at the ScanSource Partner Conference, which wraps up today in Savannah, Georgia. Below is a photo of our booth and Joe Wilson, our Director of Sales – East. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and if you have any pictures from the event, send them along and we’d be happy to post them!
Don Osburn, our Director of Partner Sales, is attending the Scansource ISV event and sent along some pretty cool pictures. The pictures are from the Astor Classic Car Museum in California, so if you’re a fan of classic cars and aren’t at the event, you’ve missed out!