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Tablets 2.0: New tools for the mobile enterprise

Tablets are now must-have tools in many industries. If your organization has been deploying tablets or is considering a tablet project, you should attend TABLET STRATEGY.

TABLET STRATEGY, the tablet productivity conference, is the only event allowing you to meet with business and IT managers at the forefront of the tablet revolution in the workplace.

On May 6, in New York City, this executive summit will help you plan, develop and manage productive tablet projects in your organization.

Speakers will include:

  • Susan Lasota, CIO of Sales & Marketing at GE Capital, who has deployed 1,200 iPads;
  • Steven Beggs, Sr. manager, Leading innovation at The Home Depot Canada, which is used as a testing ground for new mobile initiatives by the retail giant – including the distribution of pre-provisioned iPad Minis to store associates;
  • David Crain, Assistant Provost & CIO, Southern Illinois University (SIU), who led a large deployment of Windows 8 tablets;
  • David Goodman, CIO at the International Rescue Committee, a charitable organization who supports numerous tablet-based remote data collection programs around the globe; and
  • Christopher Gish, VP of Sales at Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, whose 500+ sales reps use tablets every day to make their sales calls more effective.



Susan Lasota

GE Capital

Steven Beggs

The Home Depot

Jane Boulware


Christopher Gish

Sunovion Pharmaceuticals

David Goodman

International Rescue Committee

all confirmed speakers

Agenda topics will include:

  • Hybrids, big screen tablets, small tablets and phablets
  • iOS vs. Android vs. Windows 8
  • Best ways to securely manage tablets and apps in the enterprise
  • BYOD evolution towards CYOD (Choose Your Own Device)
  • How a new generation of apps are making tablets a more effective sales tool
  • Lessons learned: The right way to run a tablet deployment

Your organization won’t want to miss to opportunity to learn from real-life examples and make connections to help drive your business forward.

If you are an IT executive or a business manager involved in a mobile or tablet project for an organization with 25 employees or more, and assuming your organization doesn’t sell tablet or mobile solutions to other businesses, you may be eligible to attend for free. We have a few complimentary passes left for “Tablet/Mobile managers”: Check conditions and register now.

If you don’t qualify or if you work for an IT vendor, a few passes are still available at only $175, breakfast and lunch included. Register now as this limited-capacity event is sure to sell out.