A free webinar September 10, 2019 1:00 p.m. CT

Industries such as financial services and health care have seen an increased adoption in corporate BYOD programs. However, challenges remain when it comes to meeting specific regulatory compliance needs. Balancing the business and employee benefits of BYOD with industry regulations requires careful planning and the right technology to ensure all needs are met.

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Attend this free webinar to understand the unique risks and challenges that financial services and health care organizations face when allowing employees to use their own devices for business. Discover how a secure BYOD solution can increase security and help ensure compliance while also improving both employee and customer satisfaction.

Sprint MultiLine’s most recent honor is the 2019 North American Enterprise BYOD Solutions Best Practices Award from Frost & Sullivan.

In the enterprise BYOD solutions market, Sprint has distinguished itself by developing a best-in-class product – Sprint MultiLine. Unlike other major carriers Sprint is facing the bring-your-own-device phenomenon head-on and is focused on prioritizing enterprise-quality communications and administration, ease of use, and high-value integrations. As a result, Sprint stand out as the product leader in this market.

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Why Should You Attend

Eighty-one percent of individuals in the U.S. now own a smartphone. While many businesses are beginning to deploy BYOD policies, they remain concerned about losing control of the telephone numbers, reporting on usage, and maintaining compliance with regulatory policies.  As a result, many businesses continue to rely on less efficient means of communications such as fax, email, and even regular postal mail.  Meeting customers’ expectations in a mobile-first environment can mean the difference between keeping your customer’s business or losing out to a competitor.

This webinar will provide valuable insight on how organizations can support an increasingly mobile workforce and meet the needs of a multi-channel customer base through a BYOD program. In addition, you will learn how you can securely enable your employees’ mobility needs, while helping ensure that corporate and customer data is in compliance with industry regulations.

Areas Covered in the Webinar

  • Current North American BYOD market statistics and trends
  • Challenges in managing corporate BYOD programs
  • Meeting BYOD security and compliance needs
  • Overview of the Sprint MultiLine BYOD solution
  • Examples of companies in Financial Services and Healthcare using Sprint MultiLine

Who Will Benefit

  • Compliance Managers
  • Security Officers
  • Risk Management Professionals
  • IT Professionals
  • Any business associate who has the needs to communicate with customers in a secure manner using their personal mobile device

Free Trial

All attendees to this webinar with at least 25 corporate lines will be eligible for a free two week trial of Sprint MultiLine, for up to 5 lines. Sprint MultiLine is a business phone service app that allows you to deploy and control a second phone line on an employee’s own personal phone.

Jeanine Sterling

Industry Director, Mobile and Wireless Communications Frost & Sullivan

Jeanine is responsible for monitoring and analyzing emerging trends, technologies and market dynamics in the U.S. and Canadian mobile and wireless communications marketplace. Since joining Frost & Sullivan in 2008, Jeanine has focused on the mobile enterprise ecosystem, with emphasis on the growing array of powerful mobile software solutions emerging for the North American worker. These business-to-employee (B2E) offerings provide increased visibility, security, and real-time information access to both the mobile worker and the organization he or she supports. Other coverage areas include mobile asset tracking, mobile supply chain management, and enterprise mobility management (EMM) platforms.

Sasha Gorman

Vice President, Product Development for Sprint Business

Sasha Gorman joined Sprint Business in January, 2018 and is Vice President of Product Development responsible for product strategy, product development and voice-of-the-customer engagement. Prior to this role, Sasha was Vice President of Smart Communications, responsible for Sprint’s portfolio of business communications, employee collaboration and customer engagement solutions. Prior to joining Sprint, Sasha served as Executive Vice President of Sales at Platform 28, a provider of cloud communications solutions. Sasha has also held management positions at LiveVox and Stratasoft, and served on the Board of Directors of the Professional Association for Customer Engagement (PACE) in Ohio. He received his BA from Bard College and his MS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.