In September 2009 Myles joined Haemonetics Corporation, a global healthcare corporation dedicated to providing innovative blood management solutions, as a technical architect to work on a variety of IT initiatives and brought with him over twenty years of technology experience. Prior to Haemonetics Myles held positions in Product Management, Sales Engineering and Presales Management at Software AG/webMethods, Clarify/Nortel, Vality Technology and Sybase. At Haemonetics, Myles initially leveraged his experience with Software AG’s webMethods Integration technology by architecting various internal and external business systems interfaces. He was also instrumental in the technical infrastructure and application upgrade of the Agile PLM system. In April 2011 Myles began the project of deploying Apple iOS devices globally at Haemonetics. The deployment began small with the provisioning of iPads to members of the Board of Directors and supporting staff. Next, iPhones were implemented within the company to replace RIM Blackberry devices. The latest step has been to prepare for iPads to be deployed for global use. Myles was responsible for the evaluation, selection, and implementation of the Mobile Device Management solution which was a critical foundation required prior to deploying mobile devices to employees.
As the chairman of AirWatch, Alan Dabbiere drives the company’s vision, direction and growth plans. Alan is also the president of AJD, LLC, a privately held investment company, and he serves on the board of directors of the Technology Association of Georgia. Prior to AirWatch, Alan founded Manhattan Associates, the world’s leading supply-chain execution software company, where he served as president and CEO from 1990 through the end of 1999. Following the company’s successful initial public offering in 1998, he served as Manhattan Associates’ chairman of the board of directors through 2003. Today, Manhattan Associates is a global company with over 1200 customers, 2000 employees and more than $337 million in revenue. During his tenure, Alan oversaw the company’s fast-paced growth and expansion, earning numerous citations and national media attention. Alan currently is a member of the Washington, DC chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization. He also serves on several boards, including: the board of PrimeRevenue, an Atlanta-based supply chain finance company; on the foundation board for Inova Health Systems; on the board of trustees for The Potomac School in McLean, VA and on the advisory board of Georgia Tech’s College of Computing, which advises college leadership on matters regarding research and education initiatives. Alan received both his bachelor’s degree in chemistry and his MBA from Indiana University.
Tools Architect and Systems Engineer
David Falcon is a highly accomplished systems engineer with more than twelve years experience in IT as well as eight years experience with the Symantec/Altiris product lines. He currently serves Wood Group -- which is a leading independent services provider for the oil and gas industries and the power generation markets -- in the role of Tools Architect. Worldwide, the types of services Wood Group provides include engineering, procurement and construction management, facility operations and maintenance, as well as the repair and overhaul of turbines and other high-speed rotating equipment. In his role, David is responsible for Wood Group's global Altiris and Endpoint Protection infrastructures. David is currently in the process of upgrading to Altiris version 7.1 as well as piloting Symantec's Mobile Management software. Prior to joining Wood Group, David served in senior Altiris Consultant roles for companies such as Bay Dynamics and Valerent.
As a technical evangelist for Symantec, Neils engages C-level executives in discussions focusing on Symantec’s strategy and vision as a global leader in infrastructure software. His ability to relate both technically and conceptually in an authoritative, yet entertaining style is born out of his 17 years with Symantec and career experience in technology, regulatory compliance, research and development, manufacturing, and sales. Neils regularly conducts corporate presentations and internal training in cities around the world. He acts as a communication liaison as he is responsible for disseminating and delivering Symantec’s message to field and the collection and delivery of “real world” information back to Product Development.
Senior Inside Solution Architect
Andrew Ballema specializes in the development and implementation of complete enterprise mobility solutions for CDW’s corporate clients in the East Region of the United States. He frequently consults with C-level executives on mobility strategies for their organizations, including procurement and provisioning solutions, mobile device management and security, custom device configuration, IT-Helpdesk solutions, and telecommunications expense and asset management. Andrew has been in the CDW Mobility Practice for 6 years. Prior to joining CDW, Andrew spent time as a National Account Manager with MCI WorldCom/UUNET. Andrew graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in 1998. He currently resides in the city of Chicago, IL.
Systems Administrator, Networking & Communications
Tillamook County Creamery Association
Kellen Christensen has worked for the Tillamook County Creamery Association, co-operative producer of cheese, ice cream, and other dairy products, for the last 18 months. He is responsible for Tillamook’s network, security, and unified communications infrastructure, as well as the development of policies, procedures, and infrastructure related to mobility. Kellen’s current projects include a major network refresh and redesign, company-wide deployment of Microsoft Lync collaboration and communication services, as well as deployment of MobileIron for management of corporate and employee-owned mobile devices. Prior to joining Tillamook, Kellen served as a Network Communications Analyst for ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut.
Senior Systems Analyst
Nippon Paper Industries USA
Scott Adams is a senior systems analyst with Nippon Paper Industries USA, a pulp and paper mill in Port Angeles, WA, which manufactures lightweight telephone directory paper. His job responsibilities include the administration of several key database systems such as maintenance management, procurement, QC, and process systems. His education is in client/server programming having graduated from Computer Learning Center in 1998 in Garland, TX. Scott has been with Nippon since 2000.
Field Solution Architect Mobility
Mike Pallarino is currently a field solution architect for Mobility with CDW. Prior to his current role, Mike was an integral part of building the mobility focus as a mobility solution architect at CDW Healthcare for five years. Mike is responsible for developing custom mobility solutions for corporations, government and healthcare organizations across the country and understands the unique challenges that organizations face when it comes to mobility. As a subject matter expert on the latest mobile device management and mobile security solutions, Mike provides consulting to C-Level executives on enterprise strategies that achieve their business goals. Prior to CDW, Mike has held several technical sales and project management roles at leading IT solution companies
Director of Marketing
Adam Stein leads the marketing group at MobileIron and has more than 20 years of marketing and category creation expertise focused primarily within the mobile, networking and security hardware, software and silicon markets. He previously led global marketing efforts at security testing pioneer Mu Dynamics and UTM network security innovator Fortinet. Adam has also led external marketing for Cisco Systems,Juniper Networks, Broadcom and Foundry Networks. Adam has a M.A. in Marketing from Emerson College and B.A. in Sciences from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Mobility Solution Architect
Remy Morgan is a mobility solution architect for CDW helping customers understand the benefits of choice in the enterprise and the possibilities of a mobility enabled organization. Remy consults with business on mobile policy best practices including designing, implementing and communicating mobile polices to employees. With over 15 years experience with CDW, Remy brings a wealth of experience and knowledge leveraging CDW’s partnerships with the top MDM providers, wireless carriers and professionally managed mobility solutions to help businesses achieve their mobility goals.
Sr. Solution Development Manager
Research In Motion
Paul has over 15 years of technical experience working in large enterprise environments and has focused for the past seven years on enterprise mobility solutions. He has been with Research In Motion for four years focusing on delivering high-quality market driven features into Research In Motion’s award winning BlackBerry Enterprise Server solution and the past two years managing feature teams on the BlackBerry Mobile Fusion solution helping businesses of all sizes manage their existing BlackBerry devices as well as Android and iOS devices. As a former administrator, Paul has a strong understanding of the challenges customers are facing today with the influx of mobile devices into the workplace.
Mobility SE Lead – Solution Engineering
Senior Vice President, Customer Platform Services
Jim Szafranski joined Fiberlink in 2004 as vice president, business development, helping establish new indirect sales channels. In 2006, Jim became VP of product management and marketing, and was responsible for product strategy, customer requirements and marketing of Fiberlink's Mobility-as-a-Service platform. In 2008, he was promoted to SVP and is currently responsible for customer revenue and lifecycle management including customer acquisition, integration, professional services and education.
Prior to Fiberlink, Jim was active in starting and growing multiple companies. He led the product line for Tut Systems that underpinned an IPO in 1999. He seed funded and subsequently raised over $45M in venture capital for Sandial Systems. Most recently, he was VP of product management at Cometa Networks, an Intel, IBM and AT&T venture.
Sr. Developer, Mobile Applications and BI
Aaron Ingold is a senior developer for NuVasive, a medical device company focused on minimally invasive spine surgery. Aaron leads the team responsible for the implementation of systems and applications for NuVasive's mobile initiative. He oversaw the company's deployment of their Afaria MDM solution and distribution of multiple custom apps to more than 450 sales staff. He advises on mobile strategy and corporate policies as well as leading the team responsible for in-house mobile application development. Under his tenure, NuVasive has delivered custom applications based on SAP's Sybase Unwired Platform, exposing internal business functionality to be consumed and executed on mobile devices. Prior to taking on these responsibilities, he worked as an SAP BW developer and administrator.
Mobility Solution Engineer
SAP America, Inc.
Ken joined SAP in early 2012 after a successful 15 year consulting career focused on the web and mobile application development. As part of the Mobility Solution Engineering team he is responsible for assisting customers in creating enterprise value by leveraging SAP Mobility Solutions. Typical topics range from creating overview presentations for C-level executives to hands on technical presentations for developers and administrators. Ken can be followed on Twitter at @KenAtSAP or via his blog www.kenatsap.com.
Director of Information Technology
Anthony Peters has over eight years of experience managing information technology departments and supporting complex infrastructures in the technology industry; has an in-depth expertise managing IT projects, network implementation, problem solving, and experience with a variety of hardware platforms and software. He has managed corporate networks with multiple data centers, office locations, and technology ranging from Microsoft Windows, FreeBSD (Unix), Cisco to Exchange, Wireless, and retail POS.
Director, VAR Channel
Stephan Keller has over 15 years’ experience as a leading contributor to the growth of early-stage software companies. While living in Silicon Valley, Stephan won numerous sales awards with NetGravity (IPO in 1998 and now part of Google), Kana (IPO in 1999) and Talking Blocks (now part of HP). After moving to Tampa Bay, Stephan set records for revenue and new accounts at Vontu, contributing to its successful acquisition by Symantec. Since January 2011, Stephan has been responsible for MobileIron’s reseller channel in the Americas, which is now the largest and fastest-growing segment in the company. The goal of the reseller program is to ensure that customers are well-served by a value-added partner community that accurately represents MobileIron and addresses customers’ MobileIT needs with additional products and services to achieve successful project completions. Stephan was raised in Bremen, Germany and Miami, FL and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and International Relations from Cornell University.
Technical Field Solution Architect - Mobility
Jason Brown is the technical field mobility solutions architect for CDW, helping customers and other teams keep up with the ever-changing landscape of the mobility practice. He works with a team of internal and field solution architects who all work together to assess the customer’s needs in all aspects of the mobility workplace. Jason brings over 18 years of technical experience to the team and this helps him leverage a wealth of experience when researching updates from CDW's partnerships with the top MDM providers and seeing how they can provide successful solutions for education and small, medium and large enterprise environments.
Network Analyst I
Information Technology Services
Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Carlos Diaz has been at Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS) for over 15 years. In his current title of Network Analyst 1 he is tasked with the design, maintenance and implantation of the Blackberry Enterprise Platform for MDCPS. He is part of the Microsoft Exchange administration team and also manages several network security functions including, SPAM, Internet Content and Centralized Antivirus for the 125,000+ Endpoints at MDCPS.
CIO magazine, Computerworld and Network World
Lane F. Cooper has over 20 years of experience as a researcher, reporter and editor analyzing the business and technology industry. On average, Lane meets with 600 CIOs and senior enterprise executives every year to understand the impact of evolving technological developments on organizations of all sizes across all industries. He has organized and moderated many live and online events and works with a variety of high-tech clients and CIO magazine to ensure that information is presented in a context that is useful to an audience of sophisticated technology buyers and implementers. News services and magazines that have carried his by-line include: Network World, Byte Magazine, TechWeb, Optimize, Information Week, Telephony, Communications Week, ComWeek International, and Enterprise Systems Journal. He lives in Washington DC, where he is the Editorial Director of BizTechReports, an independent reporting agency that analyzes user trends in business technology.