Device Squad: The Podcast for the Mobile Enterprise

Backstage @ ET6 Enterprise Transformation Conference

Steven Brykman | June 20, 2017 | Device Squad

 

This week on Device Squad, the Podcast for the Mobile Enterprise, enjoy this live, behind-the-scenes chat with participants and presenters from the 2017 ET6 Exchange – May 21-23, Chandler, AZ.

The conference is chaired by Maribel Lopez of Lopez Research. The recording was provided by Propelics Sr. Mobile Strategist, Glenn Gruber.

Now in its seventh year, ET6 Exchange (formerly M6 Mobility Exchange) is the longest running hosted enterprise mobility and digital transformation conference focused exclusively on bringing an intimate end user audience together with industry experts and solution providers to discuss strategy, policy, solutions and security. ET6 is the perfect platform to help build an intelligent digital enterprise.

Mobility, once an overlay set of applications and services, is now an integral part of the overall IT infrastructure. Cloud computing has evolved from bare metal to rich services and we now have the data storage, processing systems and analytics solutions to drive insight from any type of data. These technologies are the foundation for transforming enterprises. Enterprise Transformation has grown to be an integral part of ET6 Exchange and the conference’s unique format will help showcase how companies are combining these four technologies to build better businesses.

Episode topics include:

  • Engaging the many-connected user
  • Issues and challenges with today’s emerging technology ecosystem
  • The return of the mega-vendor
  • Introduction to microservices

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Steven Brykman

Steven is a Digital Strategist and UX Architect focusing on Mobile Products with a diverse background in writing and literature. He spent much of the last decade as Creative Technologist/Lead Strategist of his own design company, helping Fortune 500 companies define the direction of their digital campaigns, websites and mobile applications. Additionally, he co-founded Apperian, a Boston-based mobile technology startup.

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