Mobile Working

Wednesday 2 May 2012

5.30pm, finish by 9.00pm

Room HC021, Herbert Collins Building, Southampton Solent University, SO14 0RD | Maps

This event is free, open to all, but please book through the BCS website, both for BCS members and non-members for arranging refreshments, and particularly as the numbers are limited.


Joint event with BCS Hampshire Branch and Southampton Solent University.

Mobile working has become part of our modern working culture today and is growing, this is an independent talk of the mobile practice in business and it will consider the following:

  • Mobile working introduction
  • Working culture change
  • Technology available
  • Benefits to business
  • Benefits to professionals
  • Security issues
  • Future trends

There is a lot of support from suppliers to enable the mobile worker, from smart phone, laptops and mobile storage to cloud services. The change has allowed large businesses to scale down and SMEs to scale up, and is a real asset to the modern independent consultant.

This will be useful to students and professional alike, and it focuses on the mobile office generally.

There will be time for questions or discussion.

Rob is the director of Courtenay Systems Ltd which provides business services and solutions to industry, with a focus on business change projects.

Most of his experience has been within financial services working in business analysis, with over 15 year involved in IT and business processes.

He is a professional member of the British Computer Society, Chair of the Financial Services group and a member of the Project Management group committee.

In addition Rob is an alumni student of Southampton Solent University where he studies HND Computer Studies.