I have been blogging recently about the variety of topics that are going to be covered at SAP Insider Enterprise Mobility 2012 conference. There is definitely something for everyone at this conference! Drop in on the SAP Mobile Team to get awesome insights into the SAP mobility offerings.
This event offers everything from exciting keynote speakers, including Sanjay Poonen, to deep dives on SAP’s mobile platform, and technical knowledge for mobile developers. Check out these great topics that will get you excited about joining us for this event.
- SAP Mobile Platform: Technical Deep Dive into Platform: This session, presented by John Wargo and Paul Horan, provides a comprehensive introduction to the SAP Mobile Platform, designed to meet a business’s mobility needs on a variety of devices. A couple of the topics covered include: finding out how to use the SAP Mobile Platform to support Android, iOS, Windows and BlackBerry devices and learning how to manage mobile infrastructures while minimizing user downtime and optimizing bandwidth. Much more will be covered, and you can find out more here!
- How to Leverage 3rd-Party Developer Tools with a Mobile Application Development Platform: It is critical for enterprise mobile applications platforms to support popular mobile application development environments and leverage the skills of millions of mobile apps developers using these environments. Attend this session to learn how SAP is enabling millions of developers to effectively build mobile apps based on their choice of client architectures. We’ll talk about our recent Appcelerator, Sencha and Phone Gap partnerships too.
- SAP Mobile Apps – In-Depth Overview and Guide to Getting Started: SAP and our ecosystem are creating hundreds of innovative apps this year that can provide your business users with the real-time mobile access they need. Hear from Roland Gonzalez of SAP and Mary Sullivan of Syclo, about recent and upcoming offerings, including the Syclo mobile apps, and see how to get started, maximizing your investment in devices with mobile apps that improve productivity, and ways you can get started with mobile apps now and in the future.
- When There’s Not Already an App for that: The availability of commercial applications and the declining cost of application development are furthering the penetration of workplace mobility. This makes it easy for the enterprise to acquire low cost apps that serve immediate needs without really thinking about the broader enterprise requirements and implications. Attend this session to hear best practices from your peers and use this information to develop your own enterprise mobile strategy for successful application projects and deployments.
Don’t pass up this opportunity to network with SAP Experts, learn from your peers and IT professionals, and attend great educational forums. You can learn more about the conference and how you can register here.