Managing Mobility and the Consumerisation of IT

First of all I should apologise to everyone for my lack of posting recently. It has been a very busy couple of months for me with most of my time working with customers. Today I had the honour of speaking at the event Empowering Your Desktop Infrastructure event ran by my company Inframon. I held the first slot of the day with the subject “Managing Mobility and the Consumerisation of IT”.

In my session we focused on how the working world around us is changing and how we should manage the influx of mobile devices into the enterprise. We also looked at how IT organisations should deal with bring your own device and ways in which we can manage the risks associated. Here is just a bit of follow up material from the event.

First of all the slides which you can download from SkyDrive –

Secondly as I didn’t present the last additional information slides, you can find more information about Inframon and the services we offer over at:

All the technology I discussed is available in more detail over at TechNet:

Finally, you can find additional blogs from myself and the other consultants at Inframon on our company blog site: You can also follow me on Twitter: @mrcoups

Once again, thanks to the participants from today and thanks for the wide range of questions.


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About Martyn

Martyn is one of the Senior Cloud Architects and DevOps Team Leader at one of the worlds leading Cloud Transformation Specialists Inframon. Martyn is responsible for the architecture of some of the largest Azure deployments in EMEA and is a advisor to a many businesses on their strategies. Martyn is a regular speaker at Microsoft events and community events on Azure and DevOps, giving his insight to a growing number of audiences.

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