In partnership with Forrester: Success factors for IT workspace management
LONDON, ENGLAND, 14th April, 2015: Can strategies from football also be applied to IT? Matrix42 and Forrester Research will answer this question at this year’s Matrix42 roadshow, which is dedicated to the topic of mobility. It will demonstrate how factors in sporting success can also be transferred to IT. The roadshow is taking place in renowned European football stadia, each event finishing with a tour of the respective stadium. West Ham is host to the London roadshow where a replica shirt hand-signed by the victorious 1966 England team, will be given away.
New tactics in IT
In order to obtain the very best results, strategy, the big picture, a good playbook, and physical fitness are necessary to succeed in football and IT alike. Experts from Matrix42 and Forrester Research will explain what this specifically entails for workspace management during the roadshow. Forrester Research will discuss mobile communications as a business catalyst, while Matrix42 will analyze the challenges of topics such as compliance, mobile service management, and compliance management. Matrix42 will also be presenting its new MyWorkspace solution, a platform that consolidates on-premise applications and cloud solutions and revolutionizes their use in the long term thanks to single sign-on Web apps.
Focus on the overall task
“Once again, our agenda will set trends, turn attention to what lies ahead, and explain how companies can adequately prepare themselves and their IT systems for the future,” says Stuart Power, UK Sales Manager at Matrix42. ‘We know how important it is to take a holistic approach to meeting challenges. This is also the reason why an increasing number of companies are choosing our products, which not only help solve individual IT-related challenges but also interact with other systems and deliver significant added value for the business.”
European Roadshow Locations
Matrix42 will be hosting the London Roadshow on 19th May at West Ham United’s world famous Boleyn Ground (also known as Upton Park). Everyone that attends will have a chance to win an amazing 1966 replica England shirt, hand-signed by 10 members of the England World Cup winning team – a genuine piece of sporting history.
When Matrix42 decided to host an unprecedented stadium tour, it had more in mind than just reaching the increasing number of ‘competitive’ goals that IT managers and employees need to set themselves. Above all else, the combination of technology, innovation, sport, and competitiveness provides a highly inspiring atmosphere, especially in famous stadiums such as the Allianz Arena, Commerzbank-Arena, Veltins-Arena, Imtech Arena, Amsterdam Arena, and the Boleyn Ground.