Vice President of the US Windows Devices business
With her years of experience working with enterprise customers, Jane is well aware of the challenges and opportunities mobile devices offer. Earlier in her career at Microsoft, she was responsible for the successful launch and adoption of Windows 8, Windows 7, MDOP, Intune and IE10 for Enterprise to Mid-Market, OEM, Public Sector and Small Business customers.
Vice President of Sales
Christopher Gish leads a sales force of over 500 salespeople at this US subsidiary of Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma, one of the top-10 pharmaceutical firms. He’s responsible for the company’s product revenue plan as well as leadership and development of the sales team which use iPads extensively. Previously he was a Senior Director for Market & Customer Strategy for US Brands at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.
Assistant Provost & CIO
Southern Illinois University (SIU)
David Crain is responsible for all aspects of Information Technology at SIU, including a large deployment of Windows 8 tablets to incoming freshmen this past fall. He previously was the CIO for the Missouri House of Representatives.He is currently a member of the Illinois Partnership to Advance Technology in Higher Education.
Author of forthcoming book
Billion Dollar Apps
Alex Bratton is head of an organization that helps the Fortune 5,000 create effective tablet projects and is also an advisory member of the Computer Science Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His forthcoming book, Billion Dollar Apps, is a guide to showing how companies can more effectively develop and complete mobile projects to improve their business. The process is designed to help you determine the viability and ROI of any app idea and arm you with the data you need to “sell” it internally.
Executive Vice President, Business Development & Field Services
Jonathan Fischer brings more than 15 years of expertise in mobile security solutions development and technology integration. He was previously Sr. Director of AT&T’s mobile security and mobile device management (MDM) practice. He was also instrumental in managing professional services at Nokia and Motorola.
Other speakers to be announced in the coming weeks.
(While we are finalizing the lineup of speakers and panelists, there are still a few spots available for executives interested in sharing their tablet deployment or BYOD projects with their peers. If you are interested, please fill out this brief form.)
If you are an IT executive or a business manager involved in a mobile or tablet project for an organization with 25 employees or more which doesn’t sell mobile solutions to other organizations, you may be eligible to attend for free. We have 75 complimentary passes still available for “Tablet/Mobile managers”: Register now.
If you don’t qualify or if you work for an IT or mobile vendor, we have a few passes available at the Early bird rate of only $125: Secure yours now as rate will go up after March 31.