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Promo Join Microsoft on June 4, 10am UK time for a live summit on the company’s enterprise mobility strategy.

You can check out the full agenda and register for this event here. Can't attend on the day? Just sign up and we'll ping you when the session is available on demand.

In this virtual event, Microsoft will discuss Windows Phone and the role it will play in the company’s “mobile first, cloud first” technology positioning. Speakers include IDC’s John Delaney, who will present a recent study conducted by the analyst firm and commissioned by Microsoft.

According to the findings, few companies are equipped to respond to what Microsoft calls the “next era of innovation in connected devices”. In IDC's Maturity Model for Mobile Enterprise IT, companies are generally in the "opportunistic/ tactical" phase, with very few "optimised". Very simply, organisations think that integrating mobility initiatives are too hard.

During the conference, Microsoft will discuss how you can fast-track your approach. Also Chris Weber, Corporate Vice President Device Sales, will talk you through the Microsoft's enterprise mobility strategy, following the recent acquisition of Nokia's Devices and Services division. ®

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The Register is a media partner of Microsoft and will report on proceedings from the conference floor.

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