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Mar 06, 2015

Boston Enterprise Mobility Professional Breakfast Meetup

Hey! Are you in the Boston area? Join Stephen Wheat, Chief IT Architect at Emory University, to discuss how Emory partnered with Apperian to securely deploy mobile apps using mobile application management to increase faculty, student, and university system healthcare provider productivity and satisfaction. During the meetup, Emory’s Stephen Wheat and Apperian’s SVP Product, Alan Murray, will share best practices for securely distributing critical mobile apps, how to promote the highest levels of adoption, and what private enterprise app stores can do for organizations. In addition, Tom Klejna, Enterprise Architect, and Bill Sivret, Application Development Services Team Lead, from Tufts University will lead a discussion on enterprise mobility.

About the Boston Mobility Professional Meetup:

  • What: A breakfast reception, interactive discussion on today’s mobility challenges and opportunities and networking with mobility professionals
  • When: Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 7:45 – 10:00 a.m. ET
  • Where: Harvard Faculty Club, 20 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA
  • Who: Stephen Wheat, Emory University’s Chief IT Architect, who leads IT architecture initiatives across Emory University and Emory Healthcare, Tom Klejna, Enterprise Architect, and Bill Sivret, Application Development Services Team Lead, from Tufts University, as well as Alan Murray, SVP Product at Apperian

Space is limited so if you’re interested in attending the event, RSVP today.

Olivia Holmes

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