The latest MOBCOM event, exploring the business and social implications of mobile computing, will be taking place on November 23rd at the CBC’s Vancouver studios, and you won’t want to miss out on this one.
Jonathan Carrigan, founder and president of MOBCOM will be giving an update on the mobile market, including upcoming trends affecting the industry. The Vancouver Sun’s Gillian Shaw [pictured] will be leading a roundtable discussion about how 24/7 connectivity is changing the way mobile business is done. There will also be a presentation about Sykes Assistance Services Corporation, and how Sykes plans to reduce operating costs and increase customer satisfaction by making their roadside assistance program available as apps for GPS-enabled BlackBerry smartphones and iPhone. The evening will conclude with networking at the Bread Garden by the CBC studios.
“Always Connected: The Risk & Opportunity of 24/7 Connectivity” presented by MOBCOM is on November 23rd from 6–8 p.m. You can buy tickets here.