Centric’s Chaz Braman Speaks At 2012 NEOSA CIO Symposium
Cleveland, OH – October 15, 2012 — Centric’s Chaz Braman, a Cleveland Manager and the Microsoft National Practice Lead, spoke with a panel of local experts at the Northeast Ohio Software Association (NEOSA) CIO Symposium in Cleveland.
The title of the discussion was “Developing an Effective BYOD Strategy.” BYOD, or “bring your own device,” is the business policy of employees bringing personally owned mobile devices to their place of work and using those devices to access company resources such as email.
The session explored the successes, challenges and key issues for peer IT executives and their organizations that are developing and implementing BYOD strategies.
About the CIO Symposium
Information technology is a critical component for any region of the economy, whether you’re in Silicon Valley, New York or Cleveland. IT makes business run and unites companies, vendors, and partners around the world.
Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and senior IT executives are at the center of this congruence of business and technology, ensuring systems are in place and functioning properly, while working to ensure the strategic value of IT to their organization.
As the preeminent association for technology companies in the region, the Northeast Ohio Software Association (NEOSA) recognizes the importance of IT to the region. NEOSA is the COSE Technology Network’s industry-led, member-driven organization. Our mission is to support the technology industry through valuable programming designed to expand knowledge, build connections and improve public policy.
Launched in 2000, NEOSA’s CIO Symposium is the longest-running gathering of CIOs in the region.