8:30 – 9:30am
Registration & Breakfast in Partner Pavilion
9:30 – 10:15am
Keynote: What’s Next in Enterprise Mobility: Good CEO Christy Wyatt & Special Guests
10:15 – 10:45am
Fireside Chat and Q&A: David Willis, Gartner VP & Distinguished Analyst, & IT Leaders
10:45 – 11:00am
11:00 – 11:45am
Break Out Sessions:
How do you calculate ROI on enterprise mobility initiatives? Which use cases yield the strongest qualitative and quantitative results? Join Accenture and your industry peers to discuss and share real-world models that you can apply for the breadth of your solution: from MDM to custom apps.
Moderated by Mike Turner, Capgemini VP & CSO, with customers
With 1,000s of employees who want to be productive and mobile, you want to mobilize them as easily as possible with collaboration and productivity apps, but different roles need different apps and security settings. IT wants to solve for BYOD, ensure compliance and data protection, contain costs, deliver a great user experience and guarantee reliability. A tall order, especially when security must be woven throughout. Come learn how you can quickly make tangible progress advancing mobility in your organization, while still adhering to broader strategic goals. You’ll get a view into how Good sees mobile technology developing into the future and its impact on secure mobility solutions.
Presented by Nigel Thompson, Good Technology VP of User Experience, and John Dasher, Good Technology VP of Product Marketing
11:45 – 1:00pm
Lunch & Table Topics in Partner Pavilion
1:00 – 1:30pm
Avoiding a BYOD Security Bombshell: Bruce Schneier, Security Technologist
1:30 – 2:15pm
Gartner’s Perspective on Leading in the Digital Economy with Mobility: David Willis, Gartner VP & Distinguished Analyst
2:15 – 2:30pm
2:30 – 3:15pm
Break Out Sessions:
How far has your organization taken mobility? Did you stop at MDM and BYOD – or are you on your way to transforming how you do business? How many of your business workflows have been mobilized? Can your employees use a tablet as their primary device for everything they do? Have you taken full advantage of all that mobility has to offer – including the rich variety of mobile apps and services that allow your users to do more with mobile than could ever be done with a desktop or laptop? Join Good Technology and leading mobile ISV partners to see how you can use mobile workflows to drive productivity and extract more value from your data.
Moderated by Jeffrey Hammond, Forrester VP, Principal Analyst Serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals
Join a discussion on best practices for migrating to new mobile device platforms and apps. You’ll hear from customers and experts on the key people, processes and technologies that can help you drive a successful migration project.
Hosted by Wendy Somerville, Mobile Data Solutions Strategy, Vodafone UK
3:15 – 3:30pm
3:30 – 4:15pm
Break Out Sessions:
Governments the world over are seeking ways to exploit advances in computing and internet technologies to deliver strategic cost reductions and demonstrable improvements in service quality. In other words, transforming the way they do business. They want to exploit internet based Digital [internet] opportunities to interact with their constituents in a better, faster, cheaper way. They also want their staff to be way more productive and to collaborate better – to be more responsive, more agile, more joined-up. All of this points towards newer strategic tools like Mobile, but the problem is: how do we really protect the data when it’s ‘out there’ in the field? And equally, the following paradox is key: how can we safely exploit a relatively young technology today, rather than waiting too long to realise the enormous benefits?
Panelists: Sharon Rynne, COO, Ministry of Justice, Ian McCormack, Technical Director, CESG and Steve Halliday, CIO, Solihull MBC, and ex-President of Socitm
Ever wonder how mobile deployments actually scale? Whether the process and people you have presently managing a 500-person pilot can really handle a 20,000 user deployment that spans the enterprise? Learn how you can effectively tackle this challenge without dramatic increases in manpower or resources.
Moderated by Brian Reed, Chief Mobility Evangelist, Good Technology
4:15 – 4:30pm
4:30 – 5:15pm
Closing Session/Locknote with guest interviewer Jeremy Paxman, renowned English broadcaster, journalist and author
5:30 – 7:30pm
Networking Reception in Partner Pavilion
Jeremy Paxman is an award-winning journalist, author and television presenter. He has worked for the BBC since 1977 and is the presenter of Newsnight, University Challenge and many BBC documentaries on various subjects including Victorian art, the Empire, Wilfred Owen and most recently the four-part series Britain's Great War.
Jeremy Paxman was born in Yorkshire in 1950, educated at Malvern College in Worcestershire and received his degree (in English) from St Catharine's College, Cambridge.
For three years in the mid-seventies, Jeremy Paxman was based in Northern Ireland, where he covered the Troubles for the BBC. In 1977, he joined the Tonight programme, for which he was a roving reporter. This was followed by five years as a reporter on Panorama, where assignments took him frequently to Africa, the Americas and the Middle East.
He has anchored Newsnight for 25 years from 1989. For several years, he also presented Start The Week on BBC Radio Four, and he became chairman of University Challenge in 1994. He writes widely for newspapers and magazines.
His books include A HIGHER FORM OF KILLING (with Robert Harris); THROUGH THE VOLCANOES: A Central American Journey; FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES: Who Runs Britain?; FISH, FISHING AND THE MEANING OF LIFE; and the best-sellers THE ENGLISH: A Portrait Of A People, THE POLITICAL ANIMAL and ON ROYALTY. His book THE VICTORIANS on the Victorians as seen through their art was published in March 2009. EMPIRE: What Ruling The World Did To The British was published by Penguin in October 2011 and the accompanying series was broadcast on BBC1 in 2012. His most recent book, Great Britain's Great War was published in October 2013.
His charitable interests include homelessness, mental health and education. In his spare time, he goes fly-fishing.
Develop secure, feature-rich apps faster.
Containerizing an app or workflow with the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform ensures that business data is always protected when enterprise users access data from their mobile devices.
Register for the Good Developer Mobile App Kitchen and learn how to use the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform to build government-grade encryption into your apps. Good Technology’s engineering and platform teams will also step you through how to use the Good Dynamics Shared Services Framework to extend the value of your mobile apps and create secure app-app workflows by reusing services provided by servers, including in the cloud, and other Good-secured apps.
Developer Track Agenda
9:30 – 10:45am
“Early Start” Pre-Event Lab Access
Come to the Good Developer App Kitchen for a pre-event Continental breakfast. You will also have the opportunity to view pre-recorded technical webinars (e.g. Introduction to Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platforms) and have 1:1 consultations with Good engineers.
10:45 – 11:15am
Registration & Set Up
The Good Developer App Kitchen officially opens. Good engineers will be on hand to assist with system set up and provide attendees with tutorial workbooks.
11:15 – 11:30am
Introduction & Agenda Run Through
Attendees will meet session presenters and lab engineers. We will discuss the agenda and format for the day and any session updates.
11:30 – 1:00pm
Building Good-Secured Android, iOS or PhoneGap Apps.
This tutorial offers step-by-step instructions for containerizing an Android, iOS or PhoneGap app and making it Good-secured. It will also include the code and build changes necessary to create an app that requires end user authentication. Workbook exercises use Android / iOS / PhoneGap/ Cordova “Hello World” sample apps as a starting point.
1:00 – 2:15pm
Lunch / Customer Panel: The Mobile Development Debate – Native, HTML5 or Hybrid, Which is Best for You and Why?
Mobility strategists and developers will debate the technical considerations, uses cases and pros and cons of each of mobile development approaches. Lunch will be served during the session.
2:15 – 3:45pm
The Power of Collaboration; Using Good Dynamics Shared Services to Build Next-Generation, Secure Mobile Workflows.
In this session you will learn about published APIs for the Good Dynamics Shared Services Framework and how to build a secure workflow that spans apps and services without having to create everything from scratch.
3:45 – 4:15pm
“Finish The Job” – Final Steps and Considerations For Completing Your Good-Secured App
This presentation will go through the final steps necessary for attendees to walk away with a functional Good-secured app.
Wrap Up, Q&A, Drawing for iOS and Android Tablets!
We will wrap up the day with an overview of the Good Developer Network portal and the technical resources, enablement and reporting tools available for Good Dynamics app development. After the Q&A session, we’ll hold a drawing and attendees will have the chance to win a new iOS or Android tablet!
4:30 – 5:30pm
Good Exchange Main Stage Closing Session with Special Guest
5:30 – 7:30pm
Networking Reception in Partner Pavilion
Drinks are on us! Join Good, its customers and partners for happy hour and check out Good-secured ISV solutions and partner booths. Good engineers will be holding Developer Office Hours at the Good Booth so you’ll have an opportunity to talk 1:1 about your mobile app development project.
Bruce Schneier is an internationally renowned security technologist, called a "security guru" by The Economist. He is the author of 12 books -- including Liars and Outliers: Enabling the Trust Society Needs to Thrive -- as well as hundreds of articles, essays, and academic papers. His influential newsletter "Crypto-Gram" and his blog "Schneier on Security" are read by over 250,000 people. He has testified before Congress, is a frequent guest on television and radio, has served on several government committees, and is regularly quoted in the press. Schneier is a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School, a program fellow at the New America Foundation's Open Technology Institute, a board member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an Advisory Board Member of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, and the Chief Technology Officer at Co3 Systems, Inc.
Sarah-Jane Walker, Vice President – HR – Technology People Solutions, Barclays Bank
Sarah-Jane spent 14 years working in Senior Resourcing Roles before joining Barclays in 2010 as a Resourcing Business Partner. Once she had transitioned into an in-house function, she quickly progressed to become Head of Resourcing for Volume Recruitment, then went on to lead all of the UK Resourcing Business Partners before taking a HR Business Partner position, encompassing a HR Lead Role within the transformational change programme for the Retail Bank, leading on key elements of the people plan.
During her career with Barclays, Sarah-Jane has led and delivered key cutting edge projects which have already been awarded several industry awards including the Barclays Retail Pre-Joiner Site, the Alumni Programme and most recently the ‘Be Informed’ colleague engagement portal. These innovative projects have been widely recognised both within Barclays and externally and have become blueprints for global adoption by the bank, as well as demonstrating substantial commercial impact and significant colleague engagement improvements.
Garry Lengthorn, Director of IT Services, SThree PLC
As Director of IT Services, Garry Lengthorn oversees the IT infrastructure for SThree PLC, a leading global recruiting company. He is responsible for managing teams that provide IT service and support, develop and maintain the company’s technical architecture, and deploy and manage SThree’s mobility strategy. In his spare time, Garry writes a blog and is a huge sports fan, especially cheering for Millwall FC, a Championship League football (soccer) club in the U.K. However, Garry’s busiest and most important hobby is his family, which includes raising two teenage children.
Nick Roberts, President of Socitm and Chair of the Board of Directors, IT Group Manager, Surrey County Council
Nick Roberts is President of Socitm and Chair of the Board of Directors. He was previously chair of the South Region, Socitm's largest region, and chair of the National Advisory Council (now named Membership Advisory Council).
Nick is IT Group Manager for Surrey County Council and a regular user of mobile technology and Good for Enterprise. Nick has developed a vision for regional collaboration and a Public Services Network that he has, with public sector partners, taken through to the reality of the highly successful UNICORN PSN in place today across Surrey and Berkshire. Indeed UNICORN is the first PSN to pilot PSNRoam, a ground-breaking collaboration service in conjunction with the Cabinet Office, that allows central and local public services employees to subscribe and connect securely to their own organisation's network from UNICORN and other PSNs as though users were in an Internet cafe, placing mobility at the core of the network. Nick is UNICORN's Programme Director.
Adam Spearing, AVP Platform EMEA, Salesforce
Adam Spearing is AVP Platform EMEA at salesforce.com. He is responsible for all aspects of the Salesforce Platform across EMEA, including the Force.com, Heroku and Chatter+ technologies.
Adam’s move to salesforce.com in 2012 followed a 20-year career in the technology industry. Adam started his career selling applications to laboratories, was involved in the formation of the Hewlett-Packard software business; ran parts of the IBM software business in Business Intelligence, Websphere and Tivoli and ran Sun Microsystem’s Java and Identity businesses. More recently he was involved in a series of start-ups, including time at Opsware (Andreessen/Horowitz) before its sale to HP and most recently with an travel and expenses application company.
Adam holds an Honors Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
Sharon Rynne, Chief Operating Officer, Ministry of Justice, United Kingdom
Sharon Rynne is Chief Operating Officer at the Ministry of Justice in the United Kingdom. She joined the organization in 2013 in charge of government digital strategy. While at the Ministry of Justice, Sharon has created innovative and high-profile programs and services that utilize her strategic leadership, operational excellence, and effective governance to improve the citizen experience while making good use of taxpayer funds. Prior to joining the Ministry of Justice, she was CIO and Global Lead of Sales and CRM Solutions at hibu and CIO/Global Head, MIS, Markets at Thomson Reuters. As an award-winning executive, Sharon is a sought after speaker and thought leader on the topics of governance, business intelligence and analytics, and state-of-the-art global IT deployments.
Patrick (Ricky) Higgins, Head of IT, Global Asset Management (GAM)
I started my career as a software engineer working in the defence sector. Subsequently, I operated as a software consultant, managing numerous projects across a variety of industries.
Since 1993, I have operated at CIO/CTO/senior management level for a number of prominent financial organisations: Deutsche Bank, CIBC Financial Products, Credit Suisse, JP Morgan, Lloyds Banking Group and GAM. I have occupied a variety of technology management and business management roles, and helped these organisations to develop trading platforms and business infrastructure that provided revenue growth, as well as eliminating costs where possible.
I am always looking to learn and progress, and help drive businesses forwarded through the delivery of technology that is functionally capable, cost-effective and innovative.
Specialties: I have specialised in business and technology management across multiple product types and across the full product lifecycle. I have a strong technical and business background with particular experience in: Technology Management, Business Management, Application Development & Tools, Offshore and Near-shore Technology Resourcing, FX, Fixed Income, Interest Rate & Credit Derivatives, Risk Management, Full Product Lifecycle, Process Engineering, New Business Ventures, Business Development and People Development.
Ian McCormack, Technical Director, CESG
Ian McCormack is one of the Technical Directors at CESG - the Information Security arm of GCHQ. He has responsibilities for technical coherence of advice and guidance across delivery of CESG Public Sector Services. In particular Ian has been involved in supporting the information security aspects of Cabinet Office-led reform of the HMG Classification Policy, security of cloud services and end user devices.
Samuel Lemercier, Global Head of Engineering for End User Services, Société Générale
Samuel Lemercier, graduated from INSA Rennes, specialized in Physics, joined Société Générale en 2000 in IT Infrastructure department starting with User Support, then deployed Internet Access Point. In 2004, Samuel managed Web Applications team then Global Messaging & Collaboration team. In 2009, he became head of Architecture for End User Services then Global Head of Engineering. Key figures: SG represents 180 000 users spread over 76 countries, covering Retail Banking, Investment Banking and Financial Services.
Gerry Pennell, Director of IT, University of Manchester
A graduate in Mathematics from the University of Manchester, Gerry’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 Gerry’s career was as a management consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers where as well as delivering IS effectiveness and strategy studies for a number of organisations he also 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 prior to joining LOCOG, Gerry 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, Gerry led an extensive modernisation programme, including the out-sourcing and off-shoring of significant elements of IT.
In November 2008, Gerry joined LOCOG as CIO responsible for the management and delivery of the very substantial technology programme required to stage the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in London. Gerry was appointed a Member of the Olympic Order – the IOC's highest honour – in August 2012. Gerry was also honoured with the award of an OBE in the Queen's New Years Honours List 2013.
Gerry has now taken up his appointment as Director of IT at the University of Manchester and is “looking forward to enabling the delivery of our ambitious 2020 Vision”
Wendy Somerville, Mobile Data Solutions Strategy, Vodafone UK
Specialising in mobility services for enterprise customers and with 15 years’ industry experience, Wendy Somerville is a senior leader in the Vodafone Enterprise Services business. Wendy is accountable for a multimillion-pound profit and loss, and manages the relationship between the Professional and Managed Services shared service organisation used by both Vodafone Global Enterprise and the UK OpCo. She is also the business sponsor for driving new customer propositions that help organisations increase their competitive advantage by exploiting mobility.
David A. Willis, VP Distinguished Analyst
David Willis is a VP and Distinguished Analyst in Gartner Research. He is Chief of Research for Mobility and Communications and runs Gartner's Senior Research Board. Mr. Willis sets the direction and framework for worldwide integrative research across all aspects of mobile computing, mobile devices, networking, and telecommunications equipment and services. He has expertise in the management of mobile computing for large enterprises, including technology selection and policies. He is responsible for research and advisory services in communications planning, metrics, infrastructure and sourcing strategies. He is an advisor in the planning of IP networks for some of the largest enterprise customers in the world, including those in the financial services, government, pharmaceutical, medical, retail and IT outsourcing sectors. As head of Gartner's Senior Research Board, he is responsible for Gartner's major research themes promoted throughout the year, as well as position management and conflict resolution.
Jeffrey S. Hammond, VP, Principal Analyst Serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals, Forrester Research
Jeffrey is a software development veteran, with more than twenty years of experience in various development, product management, strategy, and marketing roles. He is a leading expert on mobile development, modern application architecture, application life-cycle management, and open source policies and projects. He helps Application Development & Delivery teams improve their productivity while building creative, high-performance cultures.
Mike Turner, Security Expert, Capgemini
Mike Turner, Security Expert at Capgemini, is focused on creative, innovative and agile solutions to the growing cyber security challenge. He works with clients to enable and grow their business whilst keeping their brand, enterprise and customers secure.
Christy Wyatt, President and Chief Executive Officer, Good Technology
Christy Wyatt is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Good Technology. With more than 15 years of executive management and leadership experience in the high-tech and enterprise industry, Wyatt has served in a variety of roles with globally recognized business and technology brands.
Previously, Mrs. Wyatt served as Global Head of Citi's Consumer eBusiness and Mobile Technology where she led the technology teams responsible for leading-edge, high-volume, consumer-facing applications for the Internet, mobile and ATM channels for Citi's entire consumer banking businesses globally.
Before Citi, Mrs. Wyatt was Senior Vice President and General Manager for Motorola Mobility's Enterprise Business Unit where she interfaced with customers as well as representatives of the telecommunications industry around the world to create and distribute industry leading mobile enterprise products and services globally. Prior to joining Motorola, Mrs. Wyatt served as Worldwide Developer Relations Director at Apple Computer where she was responsible for partners, global alliances and evangelism. Ahead of her role at Apple, Mrs. Wyatt spent four years directing OS Licensing at Palm. She has also held a variety of leadership roles at Sun Microsystems, JavaSoft and ESRI.
Lynn Lucas, Chief Marketing Officer, Good Technology
Lynn Lucas is the Chief Marketing Officer for Good Technology, responsible for defining the company’s brand identity and voice as a leader in secure mobility.
Prior to joining Good, Lynn was the head of marketing for Cisco’s Collaboration Solutions Group. In this role, she developed the marketing strategy and initiatives for the company’s global Collaboration portfolio in a rapidly growing $42 billion industry and helped define how companies can put their employees, customers, and partners back at the center of what they do. During her tenure at Cisco, Lynn and her team led the company’s core collaboration marketing strategy, including global product launches, product marketing, and go-to-market programs. Prior to Collaboration, she led Cisco’s global CIO programs and was a leader for mobility marketing.
Nigel Thompson, Vice President of Product Management and Design, Good Technology
Nigel Thompson is Vice President of Product Management and Design at Good Technology. He is responsible for the product direction and roadmap of Good’s mobile applications and services. Prior to Good, Nigel was CEO and founder of CloudSync, a cloud based Mobile Device Management (MDM) company that Good acquired in early 2009.
John Dasher, Vice President of Product Marketing, Good Technology
A 25-year industry veteran, Mr. Dasher joined Good Technology through the AppCentral acquisition where he served as vice president of Products and Marketing for AppCentral. Prior to that, Mr. Dasher served as senior director of Marketing for the Data Protection and Mobile business units at McAfee, director of Product Marketing and Product Management at PGP Corp., and director of Business Development & New Products at FileMaker. He held senior marketing and development positions at Ventro (the first venture-funded B2B e-commerce marketplace) and the Internet & Software Solutions group at Xerox Corp. He co-founded and was vice president of Engineering for Verano, an enterprise content management and supply chain management startup, where he received a patent on multi-platform search (U.S. patent number 6,055,543). He spent 11 years altogether at Apple, playing key roles in the development of numerous award-winning Input Device, Imaging, PowerBook, and Internet products. He also founded and managed Fifth Wave, a software development firm.
John began his career as a test engineer at Apple, and received his BA from the University of San Diego.
Brian Reed, Chief Mobility Evangelist, Good Technology
As Good's Chief Mobility Evangelist, Brian Reed brings nearly 25 years of experience in strategy, product, marketing and customer success in the technology industry. Brian formerly led the strategic direction, positioning and product portfolio of BoxTone, now part of Good, including market strategy, go-to-market activities, product marketing, product management and marketing communications. Brian is a frequent writer and speaker at major industry events on wide variety of topics including mobility, service management, business/IT optimization, value-based ROI/TCO models and entrepreneurial startups.
Mitch Berk, Senior Director Mobile Service Product Management, Good Technology
Mitch Berk is Good's Senior Director for Mobile Service Management Product Management. He holds more than 15 years of experience in defining the vision and requirements for enterprise software products and nearly 20 years of professional product analysis experience. Mitch joined Good Technology in 2014 from BoxTone, where he spent 7 years as the VP of Product Management responsible for building a product suite that helps enterprise mobile deployments run more reliably and efficiently. Prior to joining BoxTone in 2007, Mitch was Director of Platform Product Management for Mantas, where he built enterprise products that scanned millions of transactions daily to help the worlds largest financial institutions detect and investigate money laundering, fraud, and illegal transactions. He was also formerly a requirements and data analyst for the Department of Defense.
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