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A look into the pitfalls and opportunities offered to enterprises when adopting ‘Bring Your Own Device’ in the workplace

Lichfield: As the trend for ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) gathers pace in the workplace, NextiraOne, Europe’s leading expert in communications services, aims to address the surrounding issues in an interesting and informative, hands-on seminar aimed at anyone who is considering this approach. From managing security issues to cost-efficiency, the seminar on November 30, 2012 at the Royal Exchange, London will review the effects of implementing BYOD in the workplace before posing the question, BYOD: Opportunity or Threat?


The free to attend seminar is open to organisations of all types that have identified BYOD as an issue they need to address. Interested parties are invited to register here.

Also to be addressed by NextiraOne at the seminar will be the advantages of Virtual Desktop (VDI) technology to the deployment of BYOD, with NextiraOne experts in VDI giving their opinion on how it can provide a complete end-to-end solution that delivers applications to an entire organisation through converged infrastructure.

While many employers believe BYOD will boost productivity and reduce costs, there are still issues of connectivity, security and management. NextiraOne plans to discuss both the pros and cons of this emerging trend before providing an interactive networking lunch and hands-on VDI and Collaboration demonstrations.

London’s Royal Exchange will play host to the event. Chaired by senior figures in NextiraOne’s UK team, the day will include talks from Mark Petty, Board Director, Tim Banting, Head of Collaboration, Geraint Davies, Head of Data Centre and Cloud Strategy and Phil Lees, Chief Technical Architect, as well as representatives from some of industries leading technology providers. The seminar is set to be an exciting and opportune event, important to organisations wishing to deploy, implement or upgrade a Collaborative solution or considering deploying Virtual Desktop technology.