RIM: Applications and Impact by Wireless Technologies

Topic: Research in Motion (RIM): Applications and impact by wireless technologies

Synopsis: Research in Motion (RIM) is a global leader in wireless innovation, revolutionised the mobile industry with the introduction of the blackberry solution in 1999. The blackberry family offers the forefront technologies for mobile access to emails, applications and virtual real time communication so you can stay in touch with people wherever you are and whenever you need. BlackBerry solutions have brought success to various industries such as healthcare and life sciences, professional services and legal, distribution and transportation, education, finance and insurance, government and public sectors, manufacturing and technology, public safety, real estate and construction, retail and wholesale and more worldwide. Dr Hart is going to give the insights of RIM innovation and how it impacts the business performances such as improving return of investment, enhance productivity, achieve business goals of an organisation via wireless deployment.

About the speaker: Dr Veronica Hart is the Director of EMEA IT Operations in RIM UK. As a direction, she is responsible for delivering corporate IT services to all RIM employees and locations across Europe, Middle East and Africa.  Working closely with the business units and a diverse internal customer base that spans from corporate functions to R&D and Customer Service Operations, Veronica oversees deployment and support of IT equipment and corporate systems/applications in region to enable efficient functions of RIM business.  Prior to joining RIM in 2008, Veronica worked at AT&T for 10 years where she held a number of technical leadership positions in IT outsourcing, managed services in server administration, network security, hosting and data centre management.  Veronica holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Fudan University, Shanghai, China and a PhD in BioElectrochemistry from the University of Warwick, United Kingdom.

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