Back in the spring of this year, Brad Anderson (VP Enterprise Mobility) and Mark Russinovich (CTO Azure) did a Hybrid Cloud webcast series that got a lot of attention (if you missed it, you can check out all three episodes here).  Both guys presented a lot of expert-level info in a pretty short amount of time, and now Brad is back again with a new webcast series about Enterprise Mobility.

Everyone in the security community recognizes the huge challenge (and opportunity) that device mobility represents and the rapidly growing importance of managing and securing these devices. Adding enterprise mobility mastery to the toolkit is more essential now than ever and Brad makes a convincing argument about this in a handful of posts about App & Data Protection, Secure E-mail, and Identity Management.  For reference, each of those posts come from his much larger Enterprise Mobility blog series which I’d definitely recommend reading whenever you have some extra time to fill.

You can read overviews of each of the four scheduled webcasts and register to watch them here.  Each webcast is slated to run ~30 minutes followed by a 30 minute live Q&A.

Enjoy!

J.C. Hornbeck | Solution Asset PM | Microsoft GBS Management and Security Division

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