Company to Highlight Mobility Command Center Paradigm for Enterprises, Coinciding with Executive Presentation on Mobile Device Management, Security and Policy
ALISO VIEJO, CA - Smith Micro Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMSI), a leading developer and marketer of software solutions and services for the mobility market, will showcase the company's Enterprise Mobility Command Center , a centralized command center for mobile device, expense and application management, during Interop 2011 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, May 7-12.
Smith Micro Software vice president of product management, Sunil Marolia, will also speak at the event on the group panel, "Operating at the Edge: Mobile Device Security, Management and Policy," which will discuss key mobile issues affecting today's enterprises.
Smith Micro Enterprise Platform
The Smith Micro Software Enterprise Mobility Command Center combines the company's industry leading QuickLink® Mobility connectivity solution with its device management offering, providing a solution that allows IT organizations to gain visibility, command and control over mobile devices, mobile expenses and applications. The platform operates as a portal interface and allows companies to enforce specific mobile policies, reduce operational efforts to update device configurations and gain greater awareness and control over their mobile communities.
"The Smith Micro Enterprise Mobility Command Center gives enterprises the holistic, comprehensive solution they need to manage the flood of employee owned smartphones and tablets entering their networks and gives command and control over these devices back to the IT department," said Matthew Covington, Senior Director, Product Management at Smith Micro Software. "Interop is an important enterprise gathering and the platform and services we'll be highlighting at our booth, combined with our panel on device management, solidifies our thought leadership in mobile wireless connectivity."
Operating at the Edge: Mobile Device Security, Management and Policy
Speaking alongside panel moderator and managing director of The Enterprise Mobility Foundation Philippe Winthrop, Marolia will lend his expertise to a discussion on mobile device security, management and policy issues facing the enterprise today. Taking place on Wednesday, May 11 at 2:00pm PT in the Lagoon L room, Marolia and Winthrop will be joined by industry experts Todd Delaughter, CEO of mFormation, Eric Januszko, CTO of ProfitLine and John Marshall, CEO of AirWatch.
With the increasing diversity of mobile devices and applications, it is more important than ever to have the necessary procedures and operational systems in place to manage mobile activities. The panel will examine the key requirements in each of these areas, exploring mobile device management policies and alternatives.
To speak with Smith Micro Software regarding their solutions or to receive further details on the speaker presentation, stop by booth #2552 or contact Beth Miller at email@example.com.
About Smith Micro Software, Inc.:
Smith Micro Software, Inc. develops mobile applications and solutions for the communications industry. Our portfolio of products and services spans Connectivity Management, Communications and Content Management solutions. Smith Micro's solutions include client and server software applications to help its customers manage their software investments.
More information about Smith Micro Software (NASDAQ: SMSI) can be found on smithmicro.com.
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