'Mobile Solutions for the Enterprise' Focus of CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment 2005
"Wireless voice applications and mobile data technologies are dramatically increasing the efficiency and productivity of business. Recognizing this, a range of industries are implementing wireless enterprise solutions and experiencing the productivity, ease and freedom of wireless 'work'," said Rob Mesirow, Vice President Operations, CTIA. "CTIA's Mobile Enterprise events will help any business explore and implement the technologies and applications supporting today's emerging wireless workforce."
“Wireless voice applications and mobile data technologies are dramatically increasing the efficiency and productivity of business. Recognizing this, a range of industries are implementing wireless enterprise solutions and experiencing the productivity, ease and freedom of wireless 'work'”
CTIA's enterprise-focused lineup at CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment 2005, September 27-29, 2005 at Moscone West in San Francisco, CA will include:
-- CTIA Mobile Enterprise Keynote - Tuesday, September 27 The opening keynote session focuses on incorporating wireless technologies into the enterprise and vertical business markets. With the powerful and flexible wireless data solutions available on the market today, a wide variety of businesses have the power to increase profitability and productivity. Join CTIA as Intel, Microsoft and Nokia present, with their customers, enterprise solution case studies and discuss strategy, implementation and ROI. -- Enterprise Mobility Pavilion - Featuring cutting edge innovators and enterprise solutions providers in the mobile and wireless industries, the Enterprise Mobility Pavilion marks its fifth appearance at the fall show with a focus on exciting new Smartphone technologies. The Pavilion covers all platforms of wireless devices and their related hardware, software, and accessories. If you are looking for the latest mobile enterprise solutions to enhance the productivity and profitability of your business, the Enterprise Mobility Pavilion is the place to be on the CTIA show floor this fall in San Francisco. -- M2M Zone - Featuring exhibitors with pioneering wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) services and products, the M2M Zone will include wireless remote control and monitoring of fixed and mobile devices for enterprise and consumer markets. In fact, microchips that can communicate location, status, and other characteristics are already growing dramatically as businesses realize the affect that device connectivity can have on their bottom lines. The M2M Zone is where network operators, application designers, hardware manufacturers and end users come together to showcase - and look to deploy exciting wireless M2M communications. -- CTIA Mobile Enterprise Education Track - Tuesday & Wednesday, September 27-28 Featuring an in-depth look at real-life deployments of wireless solutions across multiple industry categories, including information about returns on investment made in wireless data systems. Attendees will also find useful updates on device management, emerging disruptive technologies, developer platforms, security, and many other issues affecting wireless data deployments for the enterprise. -- Forum Nokia's Mobilize the Enterprise - Wednesday, September 28 This half-day seminar will feature strategies and solution roadmaps including the latest developments in email, security, and FFA/SFA solutions based on the powerful Nokia 9300 smartphone. Attendees will learn about emerging solutions and how to capitalize on the opportunities; hear case studies on wireless enterprise applications and determine their role in the markets' expansions; discuss opportunities with wireless operators and understand how/where to market ideas and much more
CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment 2005 is a comprehensive wireless data event, which represents both sides of the industry - Enterprise and Consumer. From the Enterprise side the focus is on integrating wireless technologies into the enterprise and vertical business markets, such as healthcare, government, automotive, retail, etc. Additionally, the show reflects the explosive growth in wireless entertainment - encompassing everything from mobile content to digital cameras and interactive games. Registration and complete event details are now available at www.CTIA.org.
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CTIA is the international association for the wireless telecommunications industry, representing carriers, manufacturers and wireless Internet providers.