New Supporting Vendors Fuel Continued Growth of The Community
Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 12, 2011 - Today, The Enterprise Mobility Foundation – the organization behind the Enterprise Mobility Forum (EMF) is proud to announce it has gained the support of leading enterprise mobility vendors, including Aeroprise, Apperian, BoxTone, Delfigo Security, MobileBits, Research in Motion, Quickcomm, and Sybase. All have chosen to support the Foundation’s goal of creating the largest free and independent resource for blogging, research, videos, twitter feeds, news and more on over 50 different enterprise mobility topics.
It’s easy to see that the global enterprise mobility community has spoken. Since its inception in April 2010 – with the founding support of enterprise mobility vendors including iPass, McAfee, Tangoe, and Zenprise – the EMF has become the largest and fastest growing independent social network dedicated exclusively to enterprise mobility. The community brings together over 1,000 individuals, including end users, vendors, independent thought leaders and more to commune on one central hub.
“The EMF is a powerful and trusted source for unbiased information on enterprise mobility,” says Sean Poccia, Sr. Director of Information Services for Comag Marketing Group, a Hearst – Conde Nast Company. “The EMF is truly a destination. The portal represents a collaboration of high value, high impact blog posts, interviews and insights from respected mobility subject matter experts representing a broad range of industries. The EMF offers me the ability to connect with others who are entrenched in developing, deploying and maintaining best in class mobility strategies. The provided research is timely, credible and relevant to the needs of my business. The EMF is certainly one of the most successful aggregators of mobility content available anywhere. For this reason and others, TheEMF.org is my Go-To site when I am searching for the latest and most relevant data on mobility.“
Vendors agree. “Enterprise mobility is an industry that is growing at a frenetic pace, with a lot of unknowns,” says Julie Palen, Sr. Vice President, Mobile Device Management at Tangoe, Inc. “This is why we are proud to be a founding supporter of The Enterprise Mobility Foundation’s efforts to aggregate and educate the enterprise mobility community.”
“The EMF has quickly become the premiere ‘water cooler’ on the Internet where people can connect and learn from each other on enterprise mobility,” said Philippe Winthrop, Founder and Managing Director of The Enterprise Mobility Foundation. “We will continue to innovate and provide our growing community the latest tools, functionality and resources so they can become the most effective enterprise mobility practitioners possible and thus help them accelerate the velocity of their businesses through the use of mobile solutions.”
To become a member of the EMF, please visit http://theemf.org
About The Enterprise Mobility Foundation:
The EMF is an independent think-tank committed to educating businesses on workforce mobility. The Foundation’s mission is to be the global community builder and the leader in showcasing the value of successfully deploying and managing mobility solutions within organizations in the public and private sector. The EMF is the organization behind The Enterprise Mobility Forum—the fastest growing social network dedicated to enterprise mobility. The Forum provides a central hub where people come together to share their experiences and insights about enterprise mobility by participating in discussions, forums, special interest groups, blogs, and more—all while accessing unbiased and vendor agnostic thought leadership.
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