The Communications Management Association (CMA) is to hold a mobility and flexible working day in central London later this month.
As mobile and flexible working becomes more widespread, the 22 June event will consider how companies should support and secure the increasing number of remote connections to corporate networks,
Technologies covered by the event will include voice over IP telephony, broadband, fixed and mobile wireless, and secure VPNs.
The event will consider CMA research into members’ attitudes to mobile and flexible working, and will feature industry users giving presentations as to how they cope with such working.
Among those scheduled to speak are David France, head of IT at Honda Racing F1; a speaker from the Ministry of Defence covering remote security; and presentation from analyst Yankee group.
Industry suppliers attending the event and giving presentations include Microsoft, Nokia, Alcatel, HP, Nortel, Avaya and O2.
The event is taking place at the Royal United Services Institute in Whitehall. It starts at 9.15am and more details are available at www.thecma.com.