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BoxTone Joins IT Industry Leaders in Virtual Roundtable Discussion on Federal IT Trends

Mobile government professionals are adopting new mobile applications, smartphones and tablets at an accelerating rate, driven largely by both demands for communication and information access anywhere any time and active interest in the latest consumer technology.

However, as the volume of devices and applications accessing government IT networks grows rapidly, the risk of unauthorized dissemination of classified or private citizen information grows exponentially.  Measures must be taken to ensure the information accessed, stored or transmitted by these devices and applications is secured at all times and that the end-to-end mobile service infrastructure is compliant with all IT policies.

The BoxTone Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) platform enables large federal agencies, including The U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S Immigration and Custom Enforcement Agency, among others, to centrally secure, manage and support mobile devices and applications at a lower cost, while minimizing risk to the organization.

Join BoxTone for a virtual roundtable with Deltek: “Federal Government IT Trends and Spending Priorities” on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 2:00 p.m. ET.

REGISTER for the webinar HERE

BoxTone will join executives from 3eTI, Deltek, HP, Quest Software, Solar Winds and GovWin.com in a discussion on the changing landscape of government IT.

The roundtable will address Federal IT trends and how to implement technologies that will to cut costs while improving security and services for citizens.

Key BoxTone discussion points will include:

  • How much freedom should government IT managers give their employees with personal mobile devices?
  • What is the real cost associated with allowing employees to bring their own devices into the agency?
  • How can Enterprise Mobility Management improve security and services for citizens?

Brian Reed, Chief Product Officer at BoxTone, is focused on BoxTone’s mission to empower a high-performance and secure mobile workforce with government through full lifecycle enterprise mobility management.


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