Research In Motion, will host the fifth annual Wireless Enterprise Symposium from May 16 – 18, 2006 in Orlando, Florida. The symposium will gather industry leaders to deliver insightful and informative sessions on the broadening scope of wireless enterprise technologies. Wireless Enterprise Symposium delivers unparalleled, high-impact content at both the strategic and hands-on levels, providing IT professionals and business executives with the information and tools needed to effectively plan, implement and advance their wireless enterprise strategy.
Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2006 co-sponsors include IBM, Intel, Symbian, TeleNav, Cingular Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile USA, Verizon Wireless, ThinPrint, salesforce.com and Software Spectrum. In addition, insights will be shared by leading experts from Forrester, IDC, Ovum, Strategy Analytics, the 56 Group, Venture Development Corporation and Yankee Group. Approximately 100 exhibitors will also be on hand in the Solutions Showcase.
Keynote speakers at this year’s Wireless Enterprise Symposium include Steve Levitt, author of Freakonomics, Jerry Linenger, former NASA astronaut and author of The Sky Is Not the Limit: My 132 Days Off the Planet and Michael Raynor, Director of Deloitte Research and coauthor of The Innovator’s Solution. In addition, a broad array of general sessions, technical seminars, case studies, demonstrations, exhibits, training, labs and workshops will offer insightful and educational opportunities.
Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2006 features five tracks with a choice of more than 100 sessions to enable attendees to customize and maximize their learning opportunities.
Track 1 – Managing a Superior Wireless Architecture
This track will help IT administrators increase their knowledge about launching or extending wireless solutions using the BlackBerryÂ® platform. This track is for information technology professionals that are involved in managing or administering wireless infrastructure.
Track 2 – Developing Powerful Wireless Applications
This track is for developers who are interested in BlackBerry MDS Studio(TM), how to deploy new applications, how to maintain and extend existing applications and hot to troubleshoot the integration of applications.
Track 3 – Understanding the Wireless Landscape
Ideal for business and technology professionals, this track features a series of panels with leading analysts who have a keen understanding of the forces shaping the wireless industry.
Track 4 – Leading the Wireless Revolution
This track is ideal for strategists and organizational leaders who are interested in attending a unique mix of panels, workshops and presentations that provide an in-depth look at the wireless industry’s hottest products and services.
Track 5 – Leading Solutions
This track is for decision makers who are looking for perspective and guidance on taking their wireless deployment to the next level.
For more information on Wireless Enterprise Symposium 2006, or to register online, please visit: http://www.wirelessenterprisesymposium.com