[CoMoDev] FW: Avoid the "Seven Deadly Sins" of Mobile Deployments

  • From: "Peter Wilson" <pwilson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <comodev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 15:30:05 -0500



Here's the first of a series of Webinars Intellisync will be hosting on
various components of the Mobile Suite.  This particular presentation
deals with the System Management module.  Please plan on attending if
you have an hour available.  It should be worth your while and a good
opportunity to learn a little more about our capabilities.




Peter J. Wilson
Senior Sales Consultant
Intellisync Corporation

200 North Point Center East, Suite 600
Alpharetta, GA 30005
Office: (678) 802-1216

Mobile: (770) 530-9892

Fax: (770) 619-5612
pwilson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:pwilson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 



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Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 3:05 PM
To: Peter Wilson
Subject: Avoid the "Seven Deadly Sins" of Mobile Deployments 


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Are you planning to roll out a mobile application to hundreds of users?


Is mobile security an issue in your organization?


Are you faced with unanticipated costs and support issues during

If you answered yes to any of these questions, sign up for our free
webinar and hear experts discuss best practices in systems management
for mobile applications.














Learn how systems management reduces costs and achieves ROI for critical
line-of-business mobile applications.

Online Webinar With Yankee
Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2005 
Time: 2:00 pm Eastern (11:00 am Pacific)




You recognize the advantages of mobilizing your workforce, yet many
times you run into unforeseen deployment, data accessibility, security
and systems management issues, resulting in limited or no return on

We invite you to join Eugene Signorini, Director of Yankee Group's
Wireless/Mobile Enteprise Commerce group, for a highly informative
seminar. Register today
BB0906A480&elq=1F990EBA0AD446F2A8F586BA83D17F98>  and listen to Mr.
Signorini discuss the requirements for successful deployment of mobile
applications for critical line-of-business needs, and the need for
robust security and systems management as an integrated component of any
mobile solution. Following this discussion, Bob Apollo, Intellisync
Senior Vice President of Enterprise Operations, will present real-life
mobile application customer success stories.

Sign up today
BB0906A480&elq=1F990EBA0AD446F2A8F586BA83D17F98>  and learn best
practices for mobile applications systems management.



The Speakers

Gene Signorini
The Yankee Group

 <http://www.sync.com/images/gene2.gif> Mr. Signorini is a Director for
the Yankee Group's Wireless/Mobile Enterprise Commerce advisory service.
Mr. Signorini's primary area of coverage is mobile computing and
enterprise wireless data initiatives. Mr. Signorini examines both supply
and demand side issues, focusing on applications and target industries,
as well as solution providers and wireless carriers. Mr. Signorini is
also a charter member of the advisory board for Mobile Enterprise


Bob Apollo
Senior Vice President
Enterprise Applications

Mr. Apollo is the head of enterprise applications for Intellisync, the
leader in wireless email and mobile software for enterprise carriers.
Mr. Apollo has over 25 years of enterprise mobility and software
sales/operations experience, including extensive work in device
management, systems management and mobile security. Prior to heading
Intellisync's worldwide enterprise operations, Mr. Apollo was Executive
Vice President of worldwide field operations for XcelleNet, and held
executive positions at Santa Cruz Operations (SCO) and Hewlett-Packard.
At Intellisync and prior positions, he has helped ensure the success of
customers' mobile deployment through sound systems management practices.



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