the global leader and innovator in mobile security and the largest
Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM) provider announces a joint keynote
Lab and Microsoft
to discuss how mobility is shaping the future of education during AirWatch
Connect 2013 at Mobile
World Congress, Feb. 25, in hall 3, booth #3B34.
“We are witnessing a mobile revolution in education and one that is
already helping more students around the world make progress in their
lives through learning,” said Juan Lopez-Valcarcel, chief digital
officer, Pearson International. “The challenge is to ensure that we meet
the increasing demands of these learners; delivering proven pedagogy, a
beautiful product and flexibility on any device.”
Barak Cohen, head of mobile project at Mind Lab Group International, and
Anthony Salcito, vice president of worldwide education at Microsoft,
will join Lopez-Valcarcel at 15:30 CET on Monday, Feb. 25, for the
keynote. The session is open to anyone attending Mobile World Congress,
during AirWatch Connect 2013, the leading user group conference for
“Educational institutions are using mobile devices to drive new forms of
content creation, classroom collaboration and distance learning,” said
John Marshall, president and CEO, AirWatch. “AirWatch is pleased to
present Pearson, Microsoft and Mind Lab’s new and innovative approaches
to learning and the future of mobility in education.”
For more information and a full list of speakers and partners, visit www.air-watch.com/connect/barcelona-2013.
AirWatch is the largest Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM) provider in
the world with more than 5,500 customers and 1,100 employees. During
Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Feb. 25, 2013, AirWatch will
present several topical sessions that are open to the public in hall 3,
booth #3B34. AirWatch Connect sponsors include Aerohive, Blue Coat,
Bradford Networks, Dimension Data, Entrust, Fishnet Security, GEMA, IBM,
IBELEM, Jeppesen (a Boeing company), MicroStrategy, Nokia, NTS, Samsung,
SCHIFFL, Siemens Enterprise Communications, Unisys, Vox Mobile, Xirrus
and Zebra Technologies.
For more information, visit www.air-watch.com/connect/barcelona-2013.