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Webcast Information

Business organizations are daunted with enabling enterprise mobility that reaches employees, partners, and customers through multiple channels, devices, and platforms. In addition, enterprise mobile apps must effectively pull data from a myriad of back end content, applications, and systems.

While some analysts and industry leaders point to simple, flexible, cost-effective, and cross-platform solutions like HTML5, others prefer best user experiences offered by native apps. This webcast explores the range of mobile adoption choices for developers and business.

Featured Speaker

Bill Clark, Global Vice President, Mobile Strategy, SAP

.Bill joined SAP as Global Vice President, Mobile Strategy, in August 2012 from Gartner. At Gartner, Bill was a Research Vice President, responsible for Enterprise mobility strategies, Mobile Applications, Mobile Application Development, and Context Aware Computing. Bill received a Gartner Global Thought Leadership Award for his research on Context Aware Computing in January 2009, and was nominated for Global Analyst of the Year for 2010.