RIM to Host Sixth Annual Wireless Enterprise Symposium
Waterloo, ON - Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq: RIMM; TSX: RIM) will host the sixth annual Wireless Enterprise Symposium from May 8 – 10, 2007 in Orlando, Florida. The symposium will deliver the latest and most relevant information to help IT professionals and business executives define and implement wireless strategies.
Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2007 co-sponsors include Avaya, IBM, SAP, Symbian, TeleNav, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, Alcatel-Lucent, BoxTone, Brightstar, Marvell, TeleAtlas ThinPrint and Yahoo!. Over 100 exhibitors will also be on hand in the Solutions Showcase and insights will be shared by leading experts from Forrester Research, IDC, Ipsos Reid, J. Gold Associates and Yankee Group.
Keynote speakers at this year’s Wireless Enterprise Symposium include Clayton M. Christensen, author of “Seeing What’s Next”, and Malcolm Gladwell, author of “Blink” and “The Tipping Point”. In addition, a broad array of general sessions, technical seminars, case studies, demonstrations, exhibits, training, labs and workshops will offer insightful and educational opportunities.
Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2007 features four tracks with a choice of more than 100 sessions to enable attendees to customize and maximize their learning opportunities.
Mobile Strategies and Opportunities
Ideal for IT administrators and architects, developers and executives, this track looks at the potential of wireless technologies across various vertical markets, businesses and uses. Top industry thinkers discuss how to influence change in organizations, set priorities and plan the lifecycle of a wireless deployment.
New Frontiers for Mobile and Wireless
This track is ideal for IT administrators and executives who are interested in sharpening their understanding of emerging developments and how to harness future technologies.
This track will help IT administrators meet business objectives and manage the rollout, growth and maintenance of the BlackBerry® Enterprise Solution in their organizations. .
Application Development and Integration
This track will teach developers how existing tools such as BlackBerry® MDS Studio and Java frameworks can save time and effort by focusing on methods, practices, technology and tools that support wireless application development.
For more information on Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2007, or to register online, please visit: http://www.attendwes.com.
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