Date for the diary – Mobile Cloud Computing Forum

Enterprise Mobility will be high on the agenda at the Mobile Cloud Computing Forum, taking place on the 1st December 2010 at RIBA, London.

Sessions at the one day conference and exhibition will include an overview of the Mobile Cloud Computing Proposition and Marketplace, Mobile Cloud and Enterprise Applications, The Challenges for the Mobile Cloud and The Future of Mobile.

The agenda is expected to have a clear focus on mobile, cloud computing, applications and its adoption within the enterprise.

The organisers expect around 200 people to attend the event, which will also be streamed live, online for free for those not able to attend.

To register for the event then click here, or call the team on +44 (0)845 519 1230. An early booking discount is available until 29th October 2010.

The Full agenda for the conference is below;

Wednesday 1st December 2010

0800 Registration, Breakfast and Exhibition
0910 Organisers Introduction and Speed Networking
0915 Chairman’s Introduction
0925 Opening Keynote: Mobile Cloud Computing Becoming a Disruptive Force
•    Overview of the Current Market
•    Mobile Cloud Computing Definition

SESSION ONE: Market Opportunity Overview

Today, there are already some good examples of mobile cloud computing applications. However the majority of applications still do most of the data storage and processing on the mobile devices themselves and not in the cloud. The opening session to the conference examines where the industry is and estimates how in a few years, that could change.
0955 The Business Value of Mobile Cloud Computing
•    The Mobile Cloud Computing Value Proposition
•    Market outlook and Landscape for Mobile Cloud
•    The Advantages of going to the Cloud
1015 Market Drivers and Barriers
•    The consumers demand
•    Lower-end phone driving the trend
•    Web coverage and HLML5
1035 Panel: Mobile Cloud Computing Business Models
1105 Coffee, Networking

SESSION TWO: Mobile Cloud Applications

Applications for mobile phones are getting more and more popular these days with the general consumers utilizing the advanced capabilities of their phones. Most of today’s applications need handsets with great computing power but in Session two will see how Cloud Computing will enable apps to perform on almost any mobile phones and a closer look to enterprise solutions.
1135 Mobile Web Applications vs Native Applications on Handsets
1155 Business Productivity applications
•    Helping business work
1215 The applications enablers
1235 Panel: Keys to mobile applications growth
1305 Lunch, Networking and Exhibition

SESSION THREE:  The Challenges of the mobile cloud

There is no question that usage of the mobile web will continue to ramp up as new gadgets come to market and networks come online. The real question is, players will adjust their strategies to best take advantages of the mobile cloud computing revolution?
1405 Interoperability
•    Ensuring coverage
•    Implementing open standards
1425 The Potential hazard of storing data with online services
1445 Security in the Cloud
•    Privacy and security threats to mobile cloud computing
1505 Panel: Establishing which Technologies to Prioritise on your strategy
1535 Coffee, Networking and Exhibition


Many have predicted that Cloud Computing is the future of mobile.  This final session of the conference looks at the potential and future of mobile cloud computing  in the short, medium and long term.
1605 The impact of cloud-based services on the MNOs role
1625 The Mobile Cloud Computing Ecosystem
1645 When will mobile Cloud Computing Really take off?
1705 Panel: Future Considerations for the Mobile and IT Industry
1735 Show Ends
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