Managing and controlling mobile is an essential part of any Law Firm’s strategy but it is increasingly complex and requires a diverse and extensive range of skills.
This is set to compound as Microsoft shifts Windows 10 to be managed through Intune as a mobile endpoint, 5G trebling data consumption every three years and rising cyber-attacks aimed at users and their devices – mobile is fast becoming one of the most critical considerations of your modern IT strategy. Get it right and your business will thrive and your users will thank you. Get it wrong and you risk spiralling costs, security risks and a frustrated workforce.
Delegates joined Mobliciti on 6th February at The Marriott Royal Hotel, Bristol, for a Legal focused breakfast briefing. Conversation surrounded the latest developments in the world of mobile, key trends for the year ahead and most importantly how to reduce complexity and cost, all whilst supporting and scaling your mobile strategy.
Here's What You'll LEARN ABOUT:
- Optimising Microsoft to fit within your mobile strategy
- Transitioning from traditional desktops to mobile endpoints
- Planning for a personally enabled 5G world
- Utilising proven methodology to release at least 30% of your mobile contracts
- A day in the life of a Lawyer – how to protect data regardless of the device or location
- Architecting reliable and secure mobile user experiences
- Delivering IT Transformation – whilst keeping the lights on and managing costs
CEO and Co-Founder
Founded in 2009, Shane has led the company from start-up and in the early days a leading Mobile IT Systems Integrator, to a Managed Mobility & Cloud Service provider to over 100 Enterprise Customers. With 20 years’ experience in the Enterprise IT Mobility, Shane has held a number of Senior Management roles, including 10 years at Sirocom Ltd where he transformed the Enterprise Mobility Business Unit from a tactical small business into a £10M+ Managed Services Provider. As CEO, Shane’s aspiration is now for Mobliciti to become a leading provider of Managed Services in the UK.
Andy joined Mobliciti in June 2015 as the Operations Director, responsible for Customer Support, Engineering, Project Management and Internal Operations and Systems and has most recently transitioned into the role of Chief Technology Officer. His previous role as Global Head of Mobile Engineering at HSBC meant that Andy was responsible for 70,000 Smartphone and Tablet devices globally. He also implemented the first BYOD and managed iPad solutions into HSBC.
Managed Mobile Network & Device Specialist
Matt’s worked in the telecoms market for over 20 years, helping IT, Finance and Procurement teams to develop a joined-up approach to managing telecom expenses, procurement as well as more recently developing Mobliciti’s own mobile network and device lifecycle services. Matt has led contract negotiation and expense management projects both in the UK and internationally for companies including HSBC, Clifford Chance, McDonald’s, Tesco and HomeServe.
Neil van Rooyen
Head of Technical Solutions
Initially joining in 2014 as a Systems Engineer, Neil became Mobliciti’s Head of Pre-Sales in 2015, and most recently became Mobliciti’s Head of Technical Solutions in 2019. He specialises in providing architectural design, best practices, installations, upgrades, application deployments, migrations and disaster recovery in both on-site and hosted/private cloud environments.