Keynote: Terrence Cosgrove, Research Director, Mobile and Client Computing, Gartner
Terrence Cosgrove is a principal research analyst in Gartner Research, where he is part of the Mobile and Client Computing group. His coverage involves the management and support of end-user computing.
In his previous role at Gartner, Mr. Cosgrove supported the Security and Risk Management team, directing and advising on complex inquiries. Prior to joining Gartner, he was a research associate at Smith Barney, evaluating investment opportunities in IT companies. Before Smith Barney, he worked at Marketing Management Analytics as a research assistant, analyzing the sales impact of marketing and advertising. Mr. Cosgrove has a B.A., Economics, from Fairfield University.
Tony Bodetti, Head of Business Development, Quickcomm
Having accumulated years of client services and operational expertise, Tony Bodetti now serves as the Head of Business Development at Quickcomm. Prior to this, Mr. Bodetti was Chief Operating Officer at Quickcomm where he focused on building a scalable, global and customer focused operational team to deliver cross functional telecoms management services. Previously, Mr. Bodetti has served as Engineering Business Manager for Underwriters Laboratories, servicing many Fortune 500 electronics and technology enterprises.
In his current role Mr. Bodetti is responsible for developing Quickcomm’s solution and service strategy in order to ensure that we continue to empower new and existing customers with customised, market leading offers.
David McNeely, Director of Product Management, Centrify
David McNeely is a Director of Product Management at Centrify, and works with customers to drive the roadmap for Centrify's award-winning Identity and Access Management solutions. David has worked in the Identity and Access management market for over 16 years holding various Product Marketing and Management positions at ActiveIdentity, AOL, iPlanet and Netscape. At Netscape and iPlanet he was the Director of Product Management for the Directory and Security product line where he first promoted the concept of a centralized Directory for all identity and access management.
John Paul Williams, Director of Enterprise Solutions, Polycom
John Paul Williams led the Global Marketing & Business Development initiatives for Cisco/TANDBERG in various industries for seven years. Previously he led sales strategy development for Acterna now JDSU translating the value of service provider test instrumentation into business value terms. Sales teams were trained in process mapping customer’s operations to help the customer reengineer their processes base on efficiencies in test equipment design/innovations.
Prior to joining Polycom John Paul served as Vice President, Operations and Quality for Hunter Douglas. He also held the position of Senior Director, of Operations at JDSU. JDSU enabled all the major service provides diagnose network problems leading to more robust networks. He managed Operations in Europe, Asia and the United States providing local support to customers and markets while simultaneous taking advantage of regional cost advantages.
Lior Rapaport, Vice President of Mobility, Array Networks, Inc.
Lior Rapaport is Array’s VP of Mobility and project leader for DesktopDirect, an innovative solution for remote desktop and application access. A member of the Array Networks team for over eight years, Mr. Rapaport has extensive knowledge and over nineteen years of experience in the areas of security, mobility and network management systems. His prior work experience includes technical and managerial roles at Elron, Nortel and Quarry Technologies.
Reza Nabavi, Director of Mobile Product Marketing, Accellion, Inc.
Mr. Nabavi brings more than 15 years of experience in marketing mobile application and messaging platform products. In his current role as Director of Product Marketing for Accellion, Inc., he focuses on the Accellion Mobile Apps and the secure, mobile file sharing solution in the enterprise content mobility market segment.
Prior to Accellion, he led UI and OS platform marketing for Symbian and NOKIA in North America. Mr. Nabavi’s foundation as a successful marketer in the mobile industry began at Sun Microsystems where, during his 10 year tenure, he led senior industry marketing, market development and product marketing roles. Key products and markets Mr. Nabavi was responsible for include mobile messaging value-added services, wireless data services segment, and J2ME platform for mobile devices.
Mr. Nabavi has an MBA from USC Marshall School of Business and is a regular speaker at mobile industry trade events.
Jason Frye, Director, Office of the CTO, BMC Software
Jason is a director in the Office of the CTO with particular emphasis on Mobility and Cloud Computing. Previously, he was responsible for all technical marketing functions across BMC's Enterprise Service Management portfolio. He has served as a Sr Product Manager for BMC's Cloud Lifecycle Management solution and BMC’s partnership with Cisco for Unified Computing. Prior to joining BMC Jason was the director of systems engineering for Voltage Security, an encryption, privacy and security management vendor. He has also held positions with the United Stated Department of Defense specializing in artificial intelligence and systems management. Jason lives in McLean, Virginia with his wife and son and is a graduate of Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Sarah Carter, General Manager, Social Business, Actiance
At 17 Sarah joined the workforce as a taxi driver and remembers her roots well, so you can expect an interesting tour through the ins and outs of Social Networking and Web 2.0. Anecdotes and customer stories are of course inevitable, (and gratuities are expected). It took a stint with IBM, a software developer in Canada before she moved to the UK IT security market some (ahem) 12 years ago, where she joined the management team of a UK security integrator, floated the company on AIM, acquired others and then sold it.
Having spent four years working with Actiance customers and partners throughout Europe and Asia, Sarah recently relocated to HQ in California. Sarah works with FINRA, IIROC, the FSA and SEBI and runs the social engagement team at Actiance. She works with Actiance clients on best practice social media and collaboration strategies in Europe and the USA and regularly speaks on the topic on both continents.
Michael Hughes, VP of Eastern Region, WatchDox
Michael Hughes is currently the VP of Eastern Region for WatchDox. Michael has responsibility for building a field organization and bringing WatchDox’ ability to access, share, sync and control documents to our customers. Michael brings with him 17 years of software sales and executive management experience. He comes to WatchDox from IBM where he worked for 9 years and was responsible for a $175M business within the Rational software division.
Brian Robison, Global Enterprise Solution Strategist, Good Technology
Brian Robison is the Global Enterprise Solution Strategist at Good Technology. Leveraging over 15 years of experience in enterprise security and risk management, he is primarily responsible for helping enterprises and governments understand the security risks of implementing mobile strategies. Vehemently focused on protecting data, rather than restricting devices, Brian and Good Technology have enabled secure enterprise mobile productivity programs at thousands of organizations around the world.
Brian joined Good in 2011 and has spoken at numerous events and discussed enterprise security strategies with hundreds of executives. Prior to joining Good, Brian has led product strategy and development at both McAfee and Tripwire Inc.
Kevin Kiley, Director of Enterprise Sales, AirWatch
Kevin Kiley is the Director of Enterprise Sales at AirWatch, a global leader and innovator in mobile security, mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) solutions. In this role, Kiley leads the U.S. and Canadian Enterprise Sales team, supporting the diverse needs of AirWatch’s largest clients.
Prior to joining AirWatch, Kiley spent almost ten years with Vector Networks, a U.K. based IT asset and service management technology provider. He held a variety of roles throughout their operations in both the United States and the United Kingdom. Most recently, Kiley served as Vice President of North American Sales, overseeing both direct and channel sales throughout the U.S., Canada and Latin America.
Kiley holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Sorbonne where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with additional post-graduate studies in technology commercialization at Oxford University. He is a Gold Belt in Lean Six Sigma. Kiley resides in Atlanta and sits on the International Business Board of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG).