BYOX: World Forum 2013 5-6 June | Dexter House, London
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Welcome to BYOX: World Forum 2013 A very warm welcome to BYOX: World Forum 2013. This is the third annual event from Ovum’s Consumer Impact Technology team, focusing on all things enterprise mobility and consumerization, and it’s great to see so many sponsors and delegates continuing to join the conversation around what remains one of the hottest topics in IT: BYOX, the trend for employees to source their own hardware and software to use at work. The fact that we’ve had the demand to extend this event over two full days indicates the depth of interest in the subject and the variety of issues to discuss. We hope that the conversations you have and the insights you gain at this year’s event will help you to go and build the right mobility strategy for your organization. With the consumer market for smartphones and tablets continuing to grow apace and consumers acting on a desire to bring their devices into the workplace, BYOD has become a recognized reality in organizations everywhere. It is a sign of maturing thought processes that our conversations with enterprise IT decision‐makers have moved well beyond “how do we either protect devices or block them?” to “how do we protect data, and enable users to get more from their devices?” Mobile applications are the key to both of these questions, especially given the growing trend for employees to bring their own apps (BYOA). And since our previous event last September, the buzz around mobile enterprise applications has really picked up. We believe that mobile apps are the key to unlocking real business value from mobile consumerization, hence this event’s focus on the shift from BYOD to BYOA. Our challenge, and the focus of our research, is to help organizations understand the practical business issues and implement strategies that help to protect corporate data and enhance user productivity on mobile devices. BYOX: World Forum is geared to address every aspect of strategy, policy and governance that you might come up against – and if there is a particular issue that concerns you and isn’t covered, don’t hesitate to let us know. We’re truly excited about the range of speakers and topics at this year’s event. As well as a chance to show some of the key findings from our own unique 2013 multi‐market BYOD employee survey, we’ll be hearing from a range of the leading vendors in the market. We also know that hearing from your peers about the real‐life challenges of implementing a mobility policy is very important to many of you, so we’ve got a great selection of organizations presenting their case studies. And to complement that demand to see examples of mobility policies in action, we will be recognizing best practice at the inaugural BYOX: Strategy Awards. All entries have been independently judged in conjunction with the UK Technology Strategy Board, and the award winners in each category – Industry, Public Sector, and Technology and Telecoms – will be announced at the end of day one. We hope that you enjoy the event, and that you are able to leave with the right practical blueprint for a strategy to address and exploit next‐generation enterprise mobility and consumerization in your own organization. Best regards, Richard Absalom Senior Analyst, Ovum
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Agenda: Wednesday 5 June 08.15 – 09.00
Registration and Coffee
09.00 – 09.15
Ovum Welcome Facilitated by: Richard Edwards, Principal Analyst, Ovum
09.15 – 09.45
Ovum Keynote: State of the Market – from BYOD to BYOA
A look at the scale of the BYOX trend – a premiere of Ovum’s 2013 multi-market BYOX employee survey data
What are the over-all rates of BYO Smartphone, Tablet and PC?
Understand how the trend has evolved over the last 12 months, with a focus on geographic trends, trends across industry and job role, and what patterns we are seeing by device and operating system
Understanding enterprise multi-screening: identify whether new screens or personally owned devices are being used as complement or substitute devices in the workplace
How IT departments are responding to the device consumerization phenomenon
How much does BYOD still remain unmanaged by device type?
Presenters: Adrian Drury, Practice Leader – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum Richard Absalom, Senior Analyst – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum 09.45 – 10.15
Guest Keynote: Everywhere, Everything & Everyone: How Mobile Platforms & Knowledge Graphs are Changing the Way we Live and Work
How is the enterprise mobility market evolving?
What types of device will be in use and who will be accessing them?
How will these new devices be provisioned?
Presenter: Thomas Davies, Country Manager, UK&I, Google Enterprise 10.15 – 10.55
Panel: From BYOD to BYOA – Device Self Provision Drives Enterprise Mobile Application Usage
The continued evolution of the enterprise mobility market towards enterprise app usage
Views on the spread of BYOA and what it means for the future of enterprise mobility and models for role of the IT department
Moderator: Richard Edwards, Principal Analyst, Ovum Panellists: Michael Newton, Lead Architect - Global Finance Technology & Solutions, Barclays Bank PLC Stephan Conaway, Chief Information Officer, Brent Council Gregg Hardie, Senior Government Sales Manager, Blackberry Jonathan Brasnett, Head of Global Mobility Capability, BT 10.55 – 11.45
Morning Coffee Break and Exhibition
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11.45 – 12.05
Presentation: The Enterprise Journey - Implementing BYOD Flexibility for the User without Compromise on Security Hear how British American Tobacco is extending the reach of many of its enterprise applications to mobile devices through a user friendly corporate app store. Presenter: Darryl Baker, Innovation Manager Technology & Security, British American Tobacco
12.05 – 12.25
Presentation: Securely Managing Global BYOD Initiatives
Aligning Bring-Your-Own-Device programs with security standards is a primary concern for enterprises
Key requirements include compromised device detection, policy compliance, content protection, email controls and application store integration
Best practices for applications, data and content
Presenter: David Renwick, Director of Innovation, EMEA, Airwatch 12.25 – 12.45
Presentation: Mobility Without Vulnerability
BYOX balance – Business opportunity vs Risk
Enabling BYOX – the need for a post-MDM philosophy
Securing BYOX – security strategies and MAM demonstration
Presenter: Darren Gale, EMEA Lead for Mobile, Symantec 12.45 – 13.05
Public Sector BYOX Case Study Example of BYOD in action: How has the BBC developed a strategy to embrace BYO, coping with the technology and driving challenges whilst managing financial impact? Presenter: Paul Boyns, Head of IT Strategy & Policy, BBC
13.15 – 14.15
Lunch and Exhibition
14.15 – 14.35
Presentation: Tax, Support Costs and Expense Management – Total Cost of Ownership in a Consumerized Mobility Environment
Understanding support costs for both corporate and personally owned devices
The constraints taxation regimes pose in different markets on BYOD policies
How can telecoms expenses be kept under control in a BYOD environment?
Presenters: Richard Absalom, Senior Analyst – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum 14.35 – 15.15
Panel: Data Governance, Privacy, Tax and Legal Implications
What is 2013 best practice for CIOs looking to navigate the Governance, Privacy, Tax and Legal implications?
Moderator: Adrian Drury, Practice Leader – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum Panellists: Richard Absalom, Senior Analyst – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum Berry Holding Parson, Owner, Holding Parson Solicitors Quentyn Taylor, Director of Information Security, Governance and Risk, EMEA, Canon
15.15 – 15.35
Presentation: Enterprise Mobility Management, Re-Invented for the BYOD World
Overcoming the challenges of BYOD policies without compromising on user experience or control
Manage multiple devices per user while satisfying the strict security needs of your business
Strike the right ‘balance’ by giving employees access to mobile apps that fuel productivity, without putting limits on how they use personal apps
Presenter: Mike Gibson, Enterprise Sales Director, Blackberry 15.35 – 16.00
BT and Cisco Working Together in 2012 to Deliver the Most Connected Olympic Games Ever
Hear Gerry Pennell OBE, CIO, LOCOG and Adam Philpott, Cisco Director of Security for EMEA, discuss how a successful infrastructure enabled millions of people to seamlessly and securely interact with the games across the globe
Explore how they jointly delivered 50 thousand access points digitally, to successfully enable the ultimate BYOD experience
Presenter: Gerry Pennell OBE, Chief Information Officer, LOCOG Adam Philpott , Director of Security for EMEA, Cisco 16.00 – 16.25
Afternoon Coffee & Exhibition
16.25 – 16.50
Workshop : BT and Cisco - Beyond Your Device: An Interactive Workshop Based on the Latest Research
Exploring the attitudes and perceptions of both IT departments and end users in relation to the security, risk and policy ramifications of deploying a new BYOD solution
Identifying best practise for maximising the returns of BYOD, whilst maintaining end-to-end security
Presenters: Adam Philpott , Director of Security for EMEA, Cisco Jeanne Gorman, Identity and Anti-Fraud Deal Architect, BT 16.50 – 17.10
Presentation: How They Really Use It: What Eight Years of BYOD Research Shows Us
Content is King!
Effective use and value-case measurement
Presenter: Mark Packer, ICT Manager, Brighton and Sussex Medical School 17.10 – 17.50
Panel: BYOD versus COPE How mobility strategies incorporating ‘Bring Your Own Device’ or ‘Corporately Owned Personally Enabled’ can address issues including the following:
Satisfaction and Productivity
Moderator: Richard Edwards, Principal Analyst, Ovum
Panellists: Bart Welvaert, Corporate Process & IT, Volvo Dragan Pendic, Chief Security Architect, Diageo Darren Gale, EMEA Lead - Mobility, Symantec 17.50 – 18.00
Ovum Closing Thoughts and Recommendations Presenter: Adrian Drury, Practice Leader – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum
Close of Day One – BT Drinks Reception and BYOX Strategy Awards
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Agenda: Thursday 6 June 08.00 – 09.00
Registration and Coffee
08.00 – 08.55
AT&T and Ovum Breakfast Briefing: A Holistic, Global Approach to Enterprise BYOD and Application Flexibility Ovum Principle Analyst Richard Absalom and AT&T Mobile Security Director David Gibson will share their expertise in a round table format. From delivering network security and device control, to content distribution, workspace management, governance, and through the entire life-cycle of application development, recognized experts from AT&T and Ovum will answer your questions and help you build and refine your roadmap. The Breakfast Briefing is limited to 20 participants. Workshop Facilitator: David Kessler, Mobile Security Practice Manager, AT&T
09.00 – 09.10
Chairman’s Welcome: Richard Edwards, Principal Analyst, Ovum
09.10 – 09.40
Keynote Presentation: Beyond Your Device - Behind Every Great Device You Need an Even Better Network
Appreciating the scale of BYOD
Connectivity is key to a great experience – Can your network cope?
An integrated approach to device access and policy management
Innovative solutions bring innovative customer engagement
Presenter: Steve Masters, Vice President, Customer Innovation & Solution Design, BT 09.40 – 10.10
One Company's Trek for Enabling BYOD in the Enterprise Driven by the powerful trend of Consumerization of IT, Ford embarked on a trek to implement its version of BYOD (before BYOD was called BYOD). This presentation will provide the background of Ford’s journey to develop the program, highlights of the current program, and recommendations. The presentation will include:
Ford’s journey to develop the program
Highlights of the current program
Presenter: Randy Nunez, Technical Specialist, Mobile Computing Technologies, Ford 10.10 – 10.30
Solving the BYOD Challenge Without Managing Devices; A Secure Container Approach
An overview of a cross-platform, native application container for BYOD, with prebuilt office mobility applications
Seamless application development and delivery, with a centralised console for user management and control
The benefits of an out-of-the-box, cloud based BYOD solution, with in-built application development capability
Presenter: Trevor Goldberg, Director of Strategic Alliances, Globo
Device management, security, and app management for BlackBerry, iOS and Android devices.
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10.30 – 11.20
Morning Coffee Break and Exhibition
11.20 – 11.40
Presentation: BYO Smartphone, Tablet & PC – Secure Mobile Working on Any Device
Contain business data without locking down personally owned devices
Secure Mobile access to email and much more; Corporate Intranet and business applications on any device
Enabling Employees, Contractors & Partners to access your IT Systems from their personal laptop, home PC or untrusted device
Presenter: Matt Irwin, UK Country Manager, Excitor 11.40 – 12.00
Presentation: Unlimited Scale and Distributed Processing - The IBM Approach to Enterprise Endpoint Management The shift from a corporate device policy towards a flexible BYOD programme has transformed the way IBM's 350,000 employees are using mobile at work. This presentation will look at IBM's key technologies for proactive enterprise endpoint management and the milestones involved with an internal deployment to manage 500,000 endpoints in under six months Presenter: Simon Meredith, CIO, UK&I, IBM
12.00 – 12.20
Presentation: Enterprise Mobile Application Usage Trends
A more detailed look at Ovum survey data on what enterprise apps employees are using, and what this means in terms of managing BYOX
What app types are employees selecting themselves, what is the profile by role, what are different employee types self selecting their own apps, what is their level of satisfaction with the range of services provided by their IT department, what role do they have in the apps IT select in their organization?
Presenters: Adrian Drury, Practice Leader – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum Richard Absalom, Senior Analyst – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum 12.20 – 12.40
Presentation: Lessons Learned from the First Generation of Mobile Apps
Design and Functionality Goals
Developer timing; iteration rate of the most successful apps
Deploying, managing and configuration
Technology platform choices
Policy and governance
Presenter: Nigel Hawthorn, EMEA Marketing Director, MobileIron 12.40 – 13.50
Lunch and Exhibition
13.50 – 14.10
Presentation: How AppSense Helped to Expand one of the World’s Largest Bank’s Enterprise Mobility Infrastructure with Advanced MAM
How AppSense provided zero friction app wrapping to one of the world’s largest banks
Why an MDM only solution was not enough
How to have precise control over app policies without ever having to handle an end user’s device
Why nipping BYO security issues at the app level is so important
Why tracking, analysing and managing the banks app usage was critical The importance of providing compliance at the app level through dynamic policy management
Presenter: Ajay Arora, CTO, Mobile, AppSense 14.10 – 14.30
Secure File Sharing and Sync for Mobile: Five Reasons Your Content Needs Context
Explore the benefits of content and context-aware data policy
Understand the difference between reviewing and co-authoring and the effect that has on how documents are shared
Identify the essential capabilities you need to ensure your file sharing and sync solution maps to your security and collaboration requirements
Presenter: Dave Ewart, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Workshare 14.30 – 14.50
Presentation: Beyond Sharing - Secure Mobile Productivity in the Enterprise
Turning mobile devices into collaborative workstations
Enabling two way access enterprise content
Selecting an architecture that delivers on security and scale
Presenter: Jes Breslaw, EMEA Marketing Director, Accellion 14.50 – 15.10
Presentation: The State of Carrier BYOD Solutions
How are carriers responding to the BYOD phenomenon?
The threat and opportunity for carriers
Presenter: Adrian Drury, Practice Leader – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum 15.10 – 15.40
Afternoon Coffee and Exhibition
15.40 – 16.25
Panel Discussion: Mobile Applications
Debating the positives and negatives of an app-level approach to enterprise mobility management
Can MAM provide the required level of security?
What are the benefits it brings over alternative methods such as virtualization, MDM?
Moderator: Richard Edwards, Principal Analyst, Ovum Panellists: Adrian Drury, Practice Leader – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum Richard Absalom, Senior Analyst – Consumer Impact IT, Ovum Trevor Goldberg, Director of Strategic Alliances, Globo Ajay Arora, CTO, Mobile, AppSense Ali Moinuddin, CMO, Workshare 16.25
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Speaker Biographies (in alphabetical order) Richard Absalom Senior Analyst – Consumer Impact IT Ovum Richard Absalom is an analyst with the Ovum consumer IT practice covering markets across the media and telecoms space including TV, gaming, music, social media, mobile devices and multi‐play services. Absalom has a particular focus on strategies around disruptive consumer innovations. He spent two years building the business insights consumer technology business before joining the newly formed Ovum consumer IT practice. Business insights focuses on providing unique strategic insight reports on change and disruption within consumer technology markets. Managing a team of internal analysts and a pool of associate writers with industry experience, Absalom has been responsible for all aspects of R&A and managing and guiding each report in order to build a comprehensive and cohesive portfolio. He has also helped to guide the sales and marketing operations in order to grow the product into a successful commercial proposition. Before joining business insights, Absalom was research manager at IT Europa in Uxbridge. Conducting extensive primary research, he focused on creating unique database reports providing in‐depth details on all major European IT channels. He has a BA in French and history from the University of Nottingham. Ajay Arora Chief Technical Officer, Mobile Appsense Ajay Arora leads mobile product strategy for AppSense and is responsible for driving mobile product management and marketing and developing new mobile product strategies and their supporting services. Before joining AppSense, Arora was chief operating officer and co‐founder of next generation BYOD solution provider RAPsphere (acquired by AppSense in 2012). He has also held key positions as vice president of worldwide marketing and product management of Deeya Energy, Inc., VP products and services at Mashery, Inc., and VP products and solutions at newScale, Inc. (acquired by Cisco). Arora holds a masters degree in computer science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Darryl Baker Innovation Manager Technology and Security British American Tobacco Paul Boyns Head of IT Strategy and IT Policy BBC Paul Boyns is head of IT strategy and policy at the BBC. He joined the Corporation in 1998. Paul is responsible for the BBC’s IT infrastructure strategy and architecture. His remit includes desktop and server platforms, collaboration, virtualisation, telephony, cloud services and data centres. This includes recognising synergy across the BBC’s divisional technology requirements to enable enterprise technology architecture to be
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developed in the most consolidated and efficient manner. The scope of this work cuts across all the BBC’s divisions. Boyns was involved in negotiating the IT stream of the BBC’s 10‐year technology outsourcing contract, after managing the Corporation’s 2 year global technology refresh programme. Prior to joining the BBC, Paul worked at OutSource Group plc providing external services and consultancy to blue chip companies across Europe such as Cisco and Dell. Jonathan Brasnett Head of Global Mobility Capability BT Jonathan Brasnett leads BT’s enterprise mobility team and is responsible for the strategy and delivery of mobility solutions for BT Global Services’ customers. Brasnett has twenty years ICT industry experience and has held a number of senior roles in BT including group strategy, country management and sales. Before BT, Brasnett spent eight years in the media and publishing sectors.
Jes Breslaw EMEA Marketing Director Accellion
Jes Breslaw is currently EMEA marketing director at secure mobile file sharing company, www.accellion.com. Breslaw has held senior European roles for fifteen years in technology suppliers and the channel. Jes began his career promoting IBM hardware, and then spent eight years marketing security solutions, including CheckPoint Software and Cisco. More recently Breslaw has worked in companies that provide cloud mobile/collaboration solutions, first Workshare and now Accellion. Stephan Conaway Chief Information Officer Brent Council Stephan Conaway’s professional career has focused on the use of technology to promote business change, first within the media industry and latterly within the UK Public Sector. Early assignments included managing and directing large scale development projects that were funded to create many of the now‐common publishing technologies including text handling, graphics design, interactive composition, colour manipulation and imaging systems for both print and online applications. Conaway’s substantive posts include cofounding a media consultancy at IFRA in Germany, director of operations for both the International Herald Tribune in Paris and the Independent Newspapers in London, vice president of technology for Cowles Media in Minneapolis; chief technology officer for Emap Digital publishing. Conaway served on the management board of the Financial Times as the chief IT officer. Additionally, he was instrumental in three Greenfield start up organisations with The Independent, Emap Digital and The Daily News in Harare, Zimbabwe. More recently, Conaway has served in chief information officer posts in Oxfordshire, Manchester and now the London Borough of Brent. Educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in economics from Duke University and an MBA in finance from The Ohio State University, both in the US and the FT non executive directors certification. Thomas Davies Country Manager, UK and Ireland Google Enterprises
Thomas Davies joined Google in 2007 and is the Country Manager for Google Enterprise for the UK and Ireland. Previously, for seven years, Davies was a sales manager at Vignette, now a part of Open Text, Thomas led their UK commercial sectors and held the position of country manager, South Africa. Before Vignette, Davies was eCommerce Sales Manager at a SAP systems integrator, and post‐graduation at an eCommerce start‐up. He received his bachelor of arts degree in archaeology from the University of Southampton. Adrian Drury Practice Leader – Consumer Impact IT Ovum Adrian Drury leads Ovum’s consumer IT & integrated media team, covering the impact of IT consumerization on the engagement model for enterprises with their employees, customers and the opportunity for industry value chain re‐engineering. Specific focus areas are smart device application development, device distribution strategies, marketing automation and customer lifecycle management, and process re‐engineering innovation strategy. Drury also leads the media & broadcast technology team, covering technology, IT, networking and commercial strategy in the convergent broadcast, media and telecoms industries. Drury is adept at complex market modeling, technology analysis, corporate valuation methods and strategy formulation. He leads a broad range of strategic consultancy projects and his client roster includes enterprise across a range of vertical markets, IT vendors, device OEMs and ODMs, telecoms network operators, venture capital and private equity. As well as being an experienced analyst and consultant, Drury has also worked in industry. He was a founding employee and of head of strategy and business development at The Cloud, a pan‐European disruptive wireless ISP, where he was involved in defining network and product strategy as well as originating and executing a series of strategic technology partnerships. Drury was educated at the London School of Economics and the London Business School. Richard Edwards Principal Analyst, Consumer Impact IT Ovum Richard Edwards established his reputation as a research analyst in 2003 and is now a principal analyst at Ovum. The ‘knowledge worker’ remains the primary focus of Edwards’ research stream, and his knowledge and expertise in the areas of enterprise collaboration, knowledge management, social business and the consumerization of corporate IT have helped Ovum’s clients in industry and commerce to reap the business benefits of an ever‐changing IT landscape. Edwards has over 25 years’ experience in the IT industry across a range of industry sectors including pharma, finance, and engineering. Edwards has been a major contributor to a number of in‐depth Ovum reports covering a range of strategic topics: collaboration, knowledge management, enterprise content management, unified communications, Enterprise 2.0, information security, information management, and business intelligence. He has produced a broad corpus of detailed research covering a range of vendor offerings, and has written numerous business articles relating to his area of expertise. Edwards is a regular speaker at Ovum and industry events. The media and news organizations regularly contact Edwards for his insightful opinion. Before becoming an analyst, Edwards was a technology management consultant with Capgemini. Edwards’ deep understanding of corporate ICT issues were developed while working as a technical consultant for the IT services division of a large international manufacturing company. Dave Ewart Senior Director of Product Marketing Workshare Dave Ewart is senior director of product marketing at Workshare. Before joining Workshare Ewart headed up EMEA product marketing for web security leader Blue Coat and, before that, global product marketing at Packeteer. An excellent communicator and respected presenter, Ewart’s
focus at Workshare is translating market needs into sound product propositions, and communicating and evangelizing Workshare’s value to the market. Darren Gale EMEA Lead for Mobile Symantec Darren has spent the last sixteen years working in IT, twelve years of which specifically in the management software arena. Gale is a seven year veteran at Symantec, having spent six years at HP previously, following time at both Informix and Silicon Graphics. Gale has enjoyed roles ranging from product marketing, product management, channel partner sales and end user sales and has great insight into how to maximise value for customers, partners and the vendor to deliver a mutually agreeable landscape. Gale is currently the lead for mobility go‐to‐market for Symantec in the EMEA region. He has a first class honors degree from the University of Reading. Mike Gibson Enterprise Sales Director Blackberry Mike Gibson is UK enterprise sales leader at BlackBerry. He is responsible for evangelizing the BlackBerry solutions and architecture with enterprise end users, building direct relationships with the BlackBerry partner network, focusing specifically on the corporate space. He is based in BlackBerry’s regional EMEA headquarters in Slough, Berkshire. Before joining RIM in April 2011, Gibson was an application delivery specialist, F5, working as sales director for major accounts. Previously, Gibson held a variety of sales positions at Nortel Networks, where he progressed up the ranks during his thirteen year tenure with the company. Gibson holds an electrical and electronic engineering degree from Leeds University. Trevor Goldberg Director of Strategic Alliances Globo Trevor Goldberg is a high‐tech software professional with over twenty years of experience in software, internet and mobile technologies. After studying mechanical engineering, Goldberg joined Cambridge Instruments in 1985 to develop applications for semiconductor processing equipment. During his eight year tenure, he spent three years in the USA establishing their North American base and returned to the UK in 1993 to join Smallworld Systems, where he was responsible for business development activities in Southern Europe, the Middle East and Africa. After rapid growth, Smallworld listed on NASDAQ in 1996 and were acquired by General Electric in 2000. Trevor then co‐founded Reciva, a wireless internet radio company, which led to a role at a Cambridge venture capital and technology incubator, called Ten Sails. In 2005, Goldberg joined Bango plc as VP strategic alliances to develop and deploy their go to market strategy in Asia and the USA. After three very successful years at Bango, he joined Miyowa in 2008 to perform a similar role, in the emerging mobile messaging market. Since joining the company in May 2012 as director of strategic alliances Goldberg has been instrumental in positioning GLOBO as an international leader in the technology industry. Trevor is also co‐ chair of the Mobile Advisory Group (MAG) mCommerce task force and an active contributor to both the Cambridge Wireless Group and Mobile Monday London.
Jeanne Gorman Identity and Anti‐Fraud Deal Architect BT Gregg Hardie Head of Public Sector Sales Blackberry
Gregg Hardie is responsible for BlackBerry’s government business within the UK, which includes delivering the key messages from BlackBerry to stakeholders across a range of sectors including central government, local government, healthcare and police. Hardie’s team provides expert assistance to customers around the security challenges within the mobile space, highlights innovative solutions customers have delivered on mobile to improve efficiency and productivity and are the entry point back into BlackBerry for customers to give feedback on design and implementation queries, as well as customer issues and concerns. Before joining BlackBerry in 2008, Hardie worked for IT vendors with a focus on security. This included companies such as McAfee, BeCrypt, Aladdin/Safenet and Integralis. His career has been spent running sales teams with a focus on government customers and delivering security and mobile solutions. Nigel Hawthorn EMEA Marketing Director MobileIron From working with an Apple distributor in 1980, Hawthorn has thirty years of experience of computers, security, networking and mobility. He has a strong technical background, with roles in pre‐sales and post‐sales support and product management before technology marketing. His international knowledge started in 1987 and he has presented at security, e‐commerce and networking conferences in over fifty countries. Hawthorn has contributed to a number of computing books on network protocols and security, written many articles and lived in California for a number of years before relocating back to the UK. While in the USA, Hawthorn launched 3Com’s range of stackable hubs and switches, helping to grow the business from zero to over $20M. His experience has mirrored many of the most innovative areas of computing; Apple and PCs in the 1980s, storage and networking in the 1990s, internet performance and web security in the 2000s and mobility in the 2010s. Berry Holding‐Parsons Owner Holding‐Parsons Solicitors Berry Holding‐Parsons studied Law at Cambridge before becoming a partner at Hopkins & Wood, IT specialists. He now runs his own firm which gives, among other things, IT advice in the London financial markets. He also works with IT start‐ups and pioneers in new technology. Matt Irwin UK Country Manager Excitor
Matt Irwin is UK country manager for Excitor, a leading provider of secure mobile device management, mobile email and mobile application solutions. Excitor develops and sells DME (dynamic mobile exchange) to organizations globally. DME offers a mobile corporate partition for secure business email, PIM and application access, enabling employees to use their personal and preferred mobile devices in the workplace. Matt Irwin has fifteen years’ experience advising UK enterprises and government organizations how to secure business data on PCs and mobile devices whilst working at PwC, Symantec and Excitor. David Kessler Mobile Security Practice Manager AT&T David Kessler provides leadership and guidance for AT&T’s enterprise mobility and security solutions portfolio. This entails development and cultivation of partner relationships with AT&T mobility alliance partners, providing impartial guidance and thought‐leadership with executive management, and engaging with AT&T’s largest customers on complex solutions. Kessler has been a leader in enterprise technology sales for over twenty years. He co‐founded the first Novell network dealership in Tennessee after college, and later ran the systems integration division of a US regional value added reseller/systems integrator before entering the mobile telecom industry in 1993. While at Contel Cellular/CellularOne (Verizon predecessor), Kessler launched the first IP‐based public carrier network in the Southeast US, cellular digital packet data (CDPD). Kessler joined AT&T in 2005 as a mobility applications consultant helping large enterprises mobilize key business processes, and helped launch the AT&T industry solutions practice in 2010. He holds a bachelors of science degree in advertising/speech communication and a masters degree in economics from Middle Tennessee State University. Steve Masters Vice President, Customer Innovation & Solution Design BT Steve Masters is vice president of customer innovation and solution design, within BT Innovate & Design, focusing primarily into BT Global Services. His team comprises CTO’s aligned to and focusing on BT’s largest global contracts, and a team of solutions architects and service designers who construct solutions for all of our large global bids. Masters is also responsible for driving innovation through the CTO and architect community and has a team focused on thought leadership and interfacing to BT’s R&D functions. Masters has more than twenty years’ experience of networking, IT and the telecommunications industry. The late 1980s and early 1990s saw him working on X.25 solutions, after which he moved to work on managed network services. Other areas that Masters has worked in include managed voice, mobile and videoconferencing services, convergence solutions, data centre hosting and security services. Before joining BT in March 2005, Masters worked for a leading consultancy and systems integrator. There, he managed the company’s mobile application and Microsoft practice and led sales activity targeted at the manufacturing and high technology sectors. Masters’ particular area of interest and expertise includes the impact of Social Networking / web 2.0 tools on the corporate and business marketplace. Simon Meredith Chief Information Officer, UK and Ireland IBM Simon Meredith is the ‘CIO’ for IBM in the UK & Ireland. In this role, he has the responsibility for leading corporate technology operations in the region. His organization, part of a globally integrated team, supports operational excellence and drives IBM’s transformation agenda with a focus on business, workforce and IT transformation. A key part of Meredith’s role is equipping the IBM team with the technology and tools they need to better support clients and achieve IBM’s objectives by ensuring the implementation of a technology strategy aligned with the business that meets both the growth and productivity commitments. In his tenure at IBM, Meredith has worked in a series of diverse areas at local, European and worldwide level with both internal and external focus. These have included supporting our largest customers in the software environment, the financial services sector in funds transfer systems sales and implementation, IBM’s mobility program and more recently in the support, management and leadership of the IT organisation internally. A graduate of Reading University, Meredith earned a bachelor of science degree in physics in 1994.
Ali Moinuddin Chief Marketing Officer Workshare Ali Moinuddin holds the position of chief marketing officer at Workshare, a leading provider of secure enterprise collaboration applications. Before joining Workshare, Moinuddin served as CMO at SkyDox where he oversaw the company's expansion into North America. He brings with him more than fifteen years of experience in supporting high growth companies. In his previous positions he has focused building multinational sales and marketing teams. Before joining SkyDox, Moinuddin was the director of marketing at Interxion (NYSE:INXN), director of marketing EMEA for SPL WorldGroup (now a part of Oracle, and marketing manager EMEA and Asia‐Pacific at Kana. Michael Newton Lead Architect ‐ Global Finance Technology and Solutions Barclays Bank PLC Michael Newton is lead solution architect at Barclays Bank PLC. He has delivered solutions across the Barclays group for over 10 years. Newton’s specialization is in infrastructure, he is currently working on mobile and data projects for group finance. Randy Nunez Technical Specialist, Mobile Computing Technologies Ford Randy Nunez is a technical specialist in mobile computing technologies for Ford Motor Company where he leads the mobile computing workstream in researching emerging mobile trends and technologies, performing proofs of concepts for technology prove‐out, writing internal technical briefs, and delivering presentations to various audiences. He serves on the advisory board for the Gartner Catalyst Conference, the IDC/IDG Enterprise MobileNext Forum, the US Enterprise Mobility Exchange, the TabTimes Think Tank, and the Enterprise Mobility Forum. He is also assistant organizer and planning committee member for Mobile Monday Detroit and holds memberships with the Mobile Technology Association of Michigan (MTAM) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Randy has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with a Telecommunications Option. Mark Packer ICT Manager Brighton and Sussex Medical School Since leaving the City in 1989, Mark Packer worked at both King’s College London and the Royal College of Art. There he applied his creative and strategic skills to develop new services, improve service delivery and expand the effectiveness of IT for learning, teaching and administration within the organisations. Moving to Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) in 2003, Packer defined and developed BSMS’ coherent IT strategy, policies, infrastructure and services across the multiple campuses of the three partner institutions. BSMS meets the academic and research needs of students and staff by delivering a suite of seamless services to them irrespective of location. He is the technical and strategic architect of BSMS’ mobile medical education (MoMEd) project which has been putting selected core medical texts into student’s pockets via PDAs and their smartphones since 2005. This is the longest running and largest project of its type in Europe. In mid‐2012, Packer transferred to the University of Brighton and is currently tasked with delivering the direction for ‘digital transformation’ one of the key headline objectives of the university’s strategic plan 2013‐15: All our courses will be supported by the innovative and creative use of technology for learning, teaching and research with a focus on the use of mobile technologies, embedded in high‐quality university‐wide IT systems.
Dragan Pendic Chief Security Architect Diageo Dragan Pendic joined Diageo in 2011 as chief security architect. He has responsibility for driving strategic security solutions and provides leadership and guidance across the organization in the area of enterprise security architecture, information protection strategies and technology. Before joining Diageo, Pendic worked at Verizon Business, KPMG and Capgemini as a senior consultant advising a wide range of blue‐chip companies on all areas from holistic information security strategy development, risk management, governance and compliance, business continuity, security awareness, security architecture and technology implementations. Pendic has over 17 years’ experience architecting and designing information security solutions. He has an MSc in process engineering and is TOGAF 9, CISSP, CISM, CCSP certified alongside being a member of the Association of Enterprise Architects. Gerry Pennell OBE Chief Information Officer London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games A graduate in mathematics from the University of Manchester, Gerry Pennell’s career started in the development of mathematical models and real‐time software for applications in anti‐submarine warfare, gun and rocket artillery and for the Police. He then spent seven years with Barclays Bank, particularly specialising in the planning and project management of electronic banking systems for global and corporate clients. The next period in Pennell’s career was as a management consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers where he established a track record in troubleshooting and delivering large time‐critical programmes and projects (particularly several M&A programmes in a quickly consolidating financial services sector). He then took the role as director of technology for the 17th Commonwealth Games held in Manchester in 2002. This role required the establishment of the technology department, the selection of key suppliers and sponsors and direction of the delivery of the IT and telecommunications for the Games. After the Games, and before joining LOCOG, Pennell was CIO for the Cooperative Financial Services and the Cooperative Group – a £9.5bn turnover group of businesses covering banking, insurance, retail etc. As well as the re‐engineering of the internet bank Smile and other major implementations, Pennell led an extensive modernization programme, including the out‐sourcing and off‐shoring of significant elements of IT. In November 2008, Gerry joined LOCOG as CIO responsible to lead the team of staff and partners delivering all the IT, telecommunications and other technologies required to stage the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in London which, amongst many other innovations, saw a step‐change in the level of engagement with the digital consumer via smartphones and other devices. Pennell was also a visiting professor for the Information Systems Institute at the University of Salford 2002 – 2005. He is currently a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Fellow of the British Computer Society. Gerry was appointed OBE in the 2013 New Year’s Honours list. Adam Philpott Director of Security, EMEA Cisco Adam entered the IT industry 16 years ago, holding various sales roles at a value‐added distributor. His first exposure to networking was as the Cisco Sales Manager at Sphinx CST, then at Ingram Micro. In 2002 he relocated to Australia and joined Cisco, first in direct sales and then in sales management, running the Mid Market sales team. As part of the ANZ leadership team, he was an active member of ANZ sales council – responsible for sales strategy and execution across the region. Whilst in Australia, Adam also took an active role in corporate social responsibility as member of ANZ Civic Council. This involved a variety of philanthropic activities including working with indigenous job seekers and in healthcare projects with Sydney’s homeless. After 8 great years in Sydney, Adam relocated to Singapore to take on a different challenge, leading strategy and business development across Cisco’s core portfolio in the nascent Borderless Networks organisation. Most recently, Adam returned to his native UK to lead Cisco’s Security practice across Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia.
David Renwick Director of Innovation, EMEA AirWatch David Renwick is director of innovation, EMEA, at AirWatch, a global leader and innovator in mobile security, mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) solutions. Renwick’s role touches multiple groups and teams across the global organization, from product development to sales. Renwick works with AirWatch’s executive and product management teams to define the company’s direction. He also counsels mobility and independent software vendors to build strategic relationships. A creative and pragmatic approach to technology and business problems is key to Renwick’s success, and he helps many organizations cut through the "noise" surrounding mobile strategy. Before joining AirWatch, Renwick’s roles encompassed programming, design, system integration and professional services. Most recently, Renwick spent ten years at Apple in both Australia and Europe, where he served as senior iOS technical specialist for EMEA. Additionally, Renwick held a long tenure at News International. Quentyn Taylor Director of Information Security Canon Quentyn Taylor is director of information security for Canon Europe. He has a wealth of experience in both the IT and information security arenas and, in recent years, has focused his attention on building business relationships across the world. Taylor has driven Canon’s strategy to highlight the importance of document security and help business customers to minimize their security risk. Taylor strongly believes in educating users about the importance of a comprehensive, overall security policy that will allow Canon’s business customers to improve security in a cost‐effective way. During his career, Taylor has worked in a variety of industries for a number of organizations including outsourced service providers, internet service providers as well as dotcom businesses, before moving to Canon in 2000.
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