The free to attend two day Enterprise Zone track at Apps World North America, in Moscone Center West, San Francisco on February 7-8 is bursting at the seams with top-class content and features companies including Rackspace, Intel and Los Angeles World Airports among others. The consumerisation of IT and the increased prevalence of mobile in the enterprise is a pivotal discussion point, and the free to attend two day Enterprise Zone track features countless highlights from expert names in the field of enterprise apps. The track looks into all facets of enterprise applications from intuitiveness, to design, and security, as well as touching on peripheral subjects such as the enterprise app store and BYOD. A key highlight in day one of the enterprise apps developer conference is a panel discussion examining mobilisation within the enterprise, with vaunted contributions from Phil Lenton, CEO of Compsoft, and Alex Bakman, president and owner of Snappii among others. Elsewhere, StackMob CEO Ty Amall gives an overview to enterprise app stores, and Niki Acosta, cloud evangelista at Rackspace discusses the enterprise cloud. The track will be of interest to anyone looking to deploy enterprise apps in 2013, as well as CIOs, cloud evangelists and organisations looking at enforcing a BYOD policy. To find out more information about how to register for the free-to-attend Enterprise Zone, please visit here.