CIS13: Identity from the Mobile-Only Perspective

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Ben Robbins, Co-Founder, Palador
Mobility has opened new horizons for employees to be their own self-contained IT department. Users can install the exact
app for the exact task they need to accomplish from the hundreds of thousands of publicly available applications. Mobility
has begun to dissolve the once clear physical boundaries of the network. What challenges do these trends bring to both IT
and the individual? Benjamin Robbins will discuss his year of working solely from a smartphone and how his experiences
reshaped how he views the future of identity.

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CIS13: Identity from the Mobile-Only Perspective

  1. 1. A Year of Mobile Only An Experiment in Productivity @PaladorBenjamin
  2. 2. Why Mobile Only? Consolidation •  Device Overload •  Simplification •  Lightweight @PaladorBenjamin
  3. 3. Why Mobile Only? Capability •  Apps •  Services •  Anytime/Anywhere @PaladorBenjamin
  4. 4. In the Office and On the Go •  Test @PaladorBenjamin
  5. 5. Mobile Only – The Ups and Downs What Worked •  Consistent experience •  Instant On/Access •  Responsive •  Easy Collaboration •  Control over App Challenges •  Letting go of PC mindset •  App Maturity/Gap •  Disparate platforms •  Battery life •  OS Updates/Restore @PaladorBenjamin
  6. 6. Mobile Only – Impact on Identity Key Take-Aways •  Ease of sharing and collaboration will further dissolve traditional idea of network •  Integration of the BYOA experience will necessitate the need for SSO •  Our devices become a sensorial extension of our selves – paramount to protect @PaladorBenjamin
  7. 7. Mobile Only Questions @PaladorBenjamin

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