In only its second year, The Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise (CITE) Conference is generating lots of interest, mainly for being at the forefront of the enterprise IT revolution. As more employees bring their own smartphones, tablets, apps and even clouds to work, corporate IT is faced with quickly developing bring your own device (BYOD) policies and strategies. According to CITE organizers, the wave of innovation in the consumer space is transforming the way companies do business, both inside and outside of the enterprise.
The CITE Conference is June 2-4 in San Francisco and BMC is proud to be a sponsor, exhibitor and contributor. With the recent introduction of MyIT, BMC is revolutionizing the way corporate users consume IT. By giving end users direct, easy access to basic IT services, MyIT increases productivity across the entire company.
On Tuesday, June 4th at 11:30 am, Chris Dauw, MyIT Product Manager, will be speaking as part of the Bring Your Own Service (BYOS) Track at the CITE Conference. Chris' topic is 'Power to Your People: Transforming the End User Experience of IT' and he will be sharing the new approach for IT service and support delivery. Join us and find out how you can help transform your end user’s experience of IT, while meeting the demands for greater efficiency.
MyIT won the 2012 Pink Elephant Innovation of the Year Award for being the greatest contribution to IT service management. Stop by booth #206 to view a demo of MyIT and see how easy and intuitive it is to use. We've taken the consumer IT experience and brought it to corporate IT.
For live updates from the CITE Conference, please follow @BMCSoftware on Twitter and watch for #CITE13.