Webinar: 5 Secrets to Deploy Secure Apps Your Employees Will Love

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Join Appcelerator and MobileIron for this webinar! As enterprises increasingly mobilize their employees, mobile apps for employees are storming to the front and center of corporate priorities. Securely building, deploying, and managing mobile apps isn’t impossible! In this webinar, “5 Secrets to Deliver Secure Apps Your Employees Will Love,” Appcelerator and MobileIron share 5 best practices for creating and delivering applications that are secure and exceed user expectations.

Deployment is a critical component of the Continuous Delivery phase of Continuous Mobile Innovation. Learn first-hand from 2 leading mobile enterprise software experts, Michael King (Director of Enterprise Strategy at Appcelerator) and Sean Ginevan (Director of Business Development at MobileIron), about how Mobile Application Management and Mobile Device Management coupled with a Mobile First platform leads to more secure and higher impact applications for enterprises through Continuous Mobile Innovation. Register here!

 This is the second in a series of four Continuous Mobile Innovation webinars. Continuous Mobile Innovation is a new approach for creating, delivering and analyzing mobile apps. It consists of three phases all optimized for the realities of a Mobile First world: Design-Driven Development, Continuous Delivery and Experience-Driven Analytics.


Michael King, Appcelerator’s Director of Enterprise Strategy, helps companies plan and execute a scalable mobile strategy. Previously, Michael spent 11 years as the lead mobile analyst for Gartner.

Sean Ginevan is the Director of Business Development for MobileIron. Prior to MobileIron, Sean held marketing, editorial and engineering roles with Cisco Systems, InformationWeek, Network Computing and AOL.

Appcelerator & MobileIron present: 5 Secrets to Deploy Secure Apps Your Employees Will Love

Date: Thursday, April 11th

Time: 9am PDT

Presenters: Micheal King & Sean Ginevan