Resco.next 2018 is over and as the photos can prove, it was an eventful two days. We hope you enjoyed yourself and will join us next time, when we come to Rome. But for the time being, how did we perceive the event? Who were some of the new faces you could have seen at the event, and what did they think about it?
Resco’s premier annual conference took place in Prague this year. With more than 200 attendees from 24 different countries it was the most successful edition so far and we sure had a great time. Thank you to our partners and customers who joined us, and those who supported us remotely.
We were thrilled to kick off the conference with an exciting Opening Keynote delivered by Resco’s CEO, Radomir Vozar, with a comprehensive summary of the current status and new plans to move the entire Resco ecosystem forward. Radomir’s guests included UNHCR – the United Nations Refugee Agency, whose representatives also described using Resco for non-profit purposes such as refugee registration in Africa, Middle East, and South America. The keynote was then followed by 27 engaging sessions (both business and technical) with an abundance of networking opportunities.
For those of you who couldn’t make the 2018 edition, let us share some insights about Resco’s updated partner strategy: Continue reading
We’ve already discussed audience demographics and topic blocks for this year’s resco.next. We strive to make the event bigger and better every year, making sure our attendees leave with practical knowledge about implementing mobility (and good networking memories). To help us make this happen, the following speakers have kindly agreed to share their experiences with Resco.
Note: This blogpost was written by Rick McCutcheon, Dynamics Solutions MVP and CSP.
With resco.next 2018 just around the corner, we thought it was time to catch up with Resco CEO Radomir Vozar, on the future of business mobility, changes on the horizon for the Resco mobile business solutions platform, why you should attend resco.next and why it’s called the business mobility event of the year. Continue reading
With increasing internet coverage and the growing need for remote workers, Bring-Your-Own-Device programs naturally became the next step in the technological landscape. In this article, we will look at the state of BYOD today, address one of its biggest challenges, security, and provide you with concrete tips on how to improve security of your BYOD program, with the help of Resco.
Note: This blogpost was written by Rick McCutcheon, Dynamics Solutions MVP and CSP, who will be one of the featured guest speakers at the upcoming resco.next conference.
Adopting business mobility isn’t a checklist item. Mobility will drive the future of business.
It’s about serving your customer instantaneously from the field. It’s about closing deals and work orders faster and efficiently. Continue reading