Speaker: Christy Wyatt, President and Chief Executive Officer, Good Technology
We’ve all heard about the impact that mobile devices are having in the workplace. Smartphones and tablets are replacing desktops as standard equipment, and app stores are taking over the world. But are businesses really capitalizing on the value mobility offers? Many companies are limiting access to corporate systems from mobile devices due to concerns around security, user experience and IT complexity, but this is the wrong reaction. By actively embracing mobility, companies can unleash enormous potential in productivity, customer experience and the re-invention of legacy processes for the mobile world. Join us as Christy Wyatt, President & CEO of Good Technology, presents her views on Secure Mobility in 2014, including:
- Security and privacy in the expanding mobile “universe of me”
- The need to secure the data, not just the device
- Alternative approaches to enabling secure mobility
- A way forward – how to embrace business mobility, not fear it
Speakers: John Dasher, Vice President of Product Marketing, Good Technology; Brian Reed, Chief Mobility Evangelist, Good Technology
Enterprise mobility isn’t a one-size-fits-all landscape. As a result, IT needs a range of tools to adequately support mobility enterprise-wide. Good Technology offers the first comprehensive secure mobility solution that addresses the entire range of IT needs with a single enterprise-proven security framework. Join us to hear John Dasher, VP of Product Marketing at Good Technology, offer an overview of the Good solution. Learn how Good can help IT balance mobile flexibility with security. Topics include:
- The Good Secure Mobility Solution and its capabilities
- What makes the Good approach different
- The "Run, Grow, Transform" journey for adopting business mobility
- How you can get started on the journey
Speakers: Eric Bohren,Senior Director of Business Development, DocuSign; Rama Kolappan, Director of Product Marketing, Accellion; Sean Martin, ISV Solutions Marketing, Good Technology
What if we could help you reduce the time to sign new clients and close deals from weeks and months to hours and minutes? Great news—Sales executives, sales operations, and IT administrators can use the power of mobility to remove the desk chains for your sales teams, giving them the ability to make quicker decisions, engage directly with the customer and close more deals. Ready to streamline your sales team’s deals, from start to finish? Join us to learn:
- The value of mobility to the bottom line
- The value of integrated app workflows for communications, collateral and orders
- Next steps – how to trial Good Dynamics multi-app solution
Speakers: Ron Vaisbort, Vice President and General Counsel, Good Technology; Kerry MacLennan, Senior Director, Professional Services, Good Technology
So much of the discussion around enterprise mobility is focused on the technology that it’s easy to forget the importance of establishing a legal usage policy for the company’s assets. Mobile is unique: the lines are blurring between personal ownership and business use. Employees need access to the same corporate systems and information as from their desktop PC’s, but from a device that IT may not own or control. Devices are frequently lost, stolen, or taken home and used by non-employees. And what’s to stop an employee from using an unsecured cloud service or their personal email to send a confidential document when the corporate system is unavailable? Join us to hear Ron Vaisbort, SVP and General Counsel at Good Technology, and Kerry McLellan, Senior Director of Professional Services at Good Technology, discuss how to establish an appropriate use policy for mobile devices at work. Topics include:
- Balancing security, privacy, productivity and legal compliance
- Challenges to consider when adopting business mobility
- Elements of a workable BYOD policy
- Example use cases, best practices and lessons learned
Speaker: Garry Lengthorn, Director of IT, SThree
By enabling people to work how, when and where they want, mobility is changing today’s businesses. But given both the transformational power and potential risks, forward-thinking IT leaders know it’s wise to develop a mobile strategy based on achieving their business goals. Garry Lengthorn, Director of IT for SThree, successfully led his company’s mobile transformation—strengthening SThree’s competitiveness and increasing information security. No matter where you are in the mobile transformation process, this fireside chat will help you:
- Avoid common, yet often overlooked barriers to success
- Understand why a secure container approach is critical to protecting company information
- Smoothly transition from BlackBerry to reduce complexity and lower IT costs
- Create and launch a successful BYOD program that balances employee and company needs
- Attract top talent by using mobility to improve work-life balance
Speaker: Allen Spence, Vice President of Solutions Engineering, Good Technology
Many companies embarked on a mobility journey without a set plan. As a result, IT struggles to manage the various mobile devices and apps, some of which are invisible to them. Stop the madness! It’s never too late to establish a mobile app strategy that balances security and governance with user productivity… But where do you start? Join us as Allen Spence, SVP of Worldwide Professional Services at Good Technology, offers advice on how to establish yours. We’ll discuss:
- The importance of starting with the end goal in mind
- 10 elements of an effective mobile app strategy
- Adapting the app lifecycle management model to your mobile strategy
- Using a mobile maturity model to guide the plan
Speakers: Jeff McGrath, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Good Technology; Eugene Liderman, Director of Public Sector Technology, Good Technology
BlackBerry customers considering a new mobility solution are now inundated by vendors claiming to enable "BlackBerry-like" security on new iOS and Android devices. But how do you sift through the hype? Which vendors mean what they say—and which have a proven track record of success? Join us to discuss the Three C’s of Secure Mobility—content, credentials and configurations. See how other enterprises have successfully migrated without conceding security, usability or manageability, and learn the security risks of relying only on MDM as your foundational security layer. We’ll also discuss:
- Categorizing enterprise mobile risk
- Good's certified and accredited security model
- How Good uniquely protects your Three C’s
- The mobile security myths perpetuated by MDM vendors
Speaker: Nikfar Khaleeli, Director of Product Marketing, Good Technology
In this session, our Good Dynamics architect will offer an overview of Good’s Secure Mobility Platform, while guiding you through the inherent challenges and risks associated with mobile development. Get to know the tools, documentation and other resources available to help you build security right into your mobile business apps. We’ll also cover the security and productivity capabilities delivered through the Good Dynamics Platform. Upon completion of this session, you will be ready to use your Good Dynamics Network account to prepare your environment, download the Good Dynamics kit and join the more than 1,000 apps built on the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform.
Speaker: James Hawkins, Systems Design Architect, Good Technology
How easy is it to secure an app with Good Dynamics? Join us for a Good Dynamics API tutorial showing how to incorporate the security features into your mobile application. Upon completion of this session, developers will understand how quickly they can develop their own apps on the Good Dynamics platform. (To get the most out of this session, register with the Good Dynamics Network and download the kit before attending.)
Speakers: Hemant Sahani, Principal Product Manager, Good Technology; Alex Liff, Director, Cloud and Mobility Solutions, Hewlett-Packard
Developers, ready to extend your mobile apps with additional features and services? No need to start from scratch! Join us as a few experts from Good Technology and strategic partner HP show you the power of app-based shared services made available through the Good Dynamics ecosystem.
Speaker: Mike Anand, Senior Product Manager, Good Technology
Join us as the Good Dynamics team offers a live tour of the Good Dynamics Network. Our experts will guide you through the tools, documentation and other resources available to help build security into your native iOS, native Android and Hybrid Phonegap apps. Upon completion of this session, you’ll be ready to use your GDN account to prepare your mobile development environment, download the Good Dynamics kit and join the more than 1,000 apps built on for some of the most security conscious organizations in the world.
Mike Anand, Senior Product Manager, Good Technology
Mike brings 12+ years of experience to Good Technology buidling SaaS product, services, and solutions for SMB, Enterprise and Government customers. At Good, Mike is responsible for Good Developer Network (Developer Ecosystem), Good Marketplace (B2B e-commerce Marketplace) and Good Partner Management Platform.
Prior to Good, Mike held number of Product Management and other key Business leadership positions at Adobe, Intuit and AT&T.
Mike holds MBA in Marketing and Leadership from Santa Clara University, BS from University of California at Davis, and alumni of Haas School of Business Executive Education program.
Eric Bohren, Senior Director of Business Development, DocuSign
Eric Bohren is Senior Director of Business Development at DocuSign where he manages strategic partners. The DocuSign global network boasts over 40 million users, who complete over 150 thousand transactions per day all over the world. Previously, Eric held roles in business development, strategy, and mergers and acquisitions at Broadview Associates, Booz Allen & Hamilton, E*Trade, and ZANTAZ-Autonomy. Eric earned an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of Business, an MA in International Studies from the Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in Political Science from the University of California at Berkeley.
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.
James Hawkins, Systems Design Architect, Good Technology
Jim Hawkins is a System Design Architect at Good Technology and has 25 years of experience in software development. Jim is responsible for writing the official Good Dynamics API reference and providing training for developers using the platform. Jim also works on patents and supports the company’s inventions department. Prior to his time at Good, Jim worked with major telecom providers such as T-Mobile UK. He holds a Computing Science degree from Imperial College in London and has worked in most areas of business but always with a focus on requirements analysis and customer service. Outside of writing technical documents for Good Technology Jim also writes literary fiction in his spare time.
Nikfar Khaleeli, Director of Product Marketing, Good Technology
Nikfar brings over 13 years of industry experience to Good Technology, having worked at both early stage and mature technology companies. At Good, Nikfar is responsible for the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform. Prior to that he ran product marketing for McAfee’s Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution, McAfee’s fastest growing product line. Nikfar has held product marketing, product management, technical marketing and engineering roles at Symantec (via the acquisition of Vontu), Real-Time Innovations, KLA-Tencor and Wind River Systems.
Nikfar began his career as a Software Engineer at Wind River. He received an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, an MS in Computer Science from the University of South Florida and a BA in Physics from the College of Wooster.
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.
Eugene Liderman, Director of Public Sector Technology, Good Technology
Eugene Liderman has over 14 years experience in the Information Technology field, specifically in Networking, Directory Services, Email, Wireless Email, Mobility, and Information Security. Currently Mr. Liderman is the Director of Public Sector in the Office of the CTO where his primary responsibility is to assist customers in navigating the unique mobile security challenges that exist within the Federal Civilian and DoD markets. Prior to that Mr. Liderman was a Director of Special Markets and focused on Emerging Technology as well as Alliances. In this role, his primary focus was to ensure that Good continues to provide innovative solutions for Good's security conscious customers. Prior to that Mr. Liderman has been in other various roles with-in Good all focused around mobile security and information assurance. Mr. Liderman has spoken at numerous public forums/conferences and belongs to various industry groups such as AFCEA, ACT/IAC, and the CTIA Cyber Security Working Group.
Alex Liff, Director, Cloud and Mobility Solutions, Hewlett-Packard
Alex Liff is director of business development, driving mobility efforts for HP’s Managed Print Services business unit. Alex is responsible for strategy, business development, go to market and performance management of all aspects of HP’s mobile printing solutions and services. A 16 year veteran of HP, Alex has had a diverse number of marketing leadership positions within HP including HP’s Netserver division, the LCD line, photo and publishing solutions, and cloud and mobility solutions for the business inkjet divisions. Alex holds dual B.S degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Northwestern University and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. Most recently Alex has also completed executive education courses in Strategic Marketing Management and Digital Marketing at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.
Rama Kolappan, Director of Product Marketing, Accellion
Rama Kolappan is Director of Product Marketing at Accellion. Rama is an accomplished leader with more than 12 years of experience and a successful track record of developing innovative technological solutions and new business opportunities. Prior to Accellion, he held various leadership roles at Intel where he led the mobile strategy for enterprise and education segments within Mobile Products Group. Rama holds a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington and an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley.
Kerry MacLennan, Senior Director Professional Services, Good Technology
Kerry serves as a Sr. Director on Good’s Professional Services team. Before joining Good in February 2011, she worked for nearly 15 years at Cadence Design Systems as Director of Program Management, where she served in a variety of roles in marketing, engineering, and professional services organizations, and led several strategic cross-functional initiatives. Prior to Cadence, Kerry was a management consultant, first at Andersen Consulting, and later at Computer Sciences Corporation. A native Californian, Kerry earned her BA at The University of Texas at Austin, and a Master’s degree at Stanford. She is a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and also holds the PMP (Project Management Institute), Stanford Certified Program Manager (SCPM), and Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) professional credentials. Kerry’s charter includes accelerating deployment of mobile solutions to Good’s enterprise customers and their end-users, and she is responsible for Good Professional Services’ global BYOD Policy and Mobile Application Strategy practices.
Sean Martin, ISV Solutions Marketing, Good Technology
Sean Martin is an information security veteran of nearly 25 years, a four-term CISSP, and a published author with articles featured globally covering security, mobility, cloud computing, networking, virtualization, and compliance.
Jeff McGrath, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Good Technology
Jeff is Senior Director of Product Marketing at Good Technology, where he has responsibility for the Good Dynamics Platform, as well as Good’s MDM and MAM offerings. Prior to joining Good in 2011, Jeff has held various marketing and product management roles at McAfee, Symantec, and Symark Software.
Brian Reed, Chief Mobility Evangelist, Good Technology
Brian Reed, Chief Mobility Evangelist, Good Technology As Good's Chief Mobility Evangelist, Brian Reed brings 25 years of experience in strategy, product, marketing, IT operations and customer success in the technology industry. Brian formerly led the strategic direction, 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.
Hemant Sahani, Principal Product Manager, Good Technology
Hemant is a Principal Product Manager at Good, bringing over 10 years of expertise in enterprise content management, enterprise mobility management, end-point data protection, software as a service and storage management software. Prior to joining Good, he held Product Management and Engineering roles at Iron Mountain Digital, EMC Corporation and Fidelity Investments.
Hemant holds an MBA from Babson College and a bachelor's degree in Computer science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Allen Spence, Vice President of Solutions Engineering, Good Technology
Allen is Vice President of Solutions Engineering which includes the Sales Engineer and Professional Services teams and has been with Good Technology since 2010. Allen started his career at Andersen Consulting (Accenture) implementing ERP systems and optimizing business processes. This is the fourth (1 public, 3 startups) software company for which Allen has been chartered to build or develop professional services and technical field teams.
Ron Vaisbort, Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Ron joined Good Technology in June 2011 as Vice President and General Counsel. A veteran of the technology, media, and entertainment industries for more than 20 years, Ron has been at the forefront of numerous innovative business concepts—as both an attorney and a technology business development leader. Prior to joining Good, Ron was a founder and head of licensing, business and legal affairs for startups including Mañana Media, Layer Dynamics and Ripple Networks. Ron also served as Intel Corporation's Media & Entertainment Alliances Director in Intel's Corporate Licensing Group, where he was engaged in the licensing of Intel's extensive patent portfolio. Ron also served as Senior Investment Manager for Intel Capital, responsible for diverse patent and technology acquisitions. Prior to Intel, Ron was the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Trillium Digital Systems.
Ron's expertise is leading legal and business development teams with a focus on international IP creation, protection and commercialization strategy, licensing, and technology alliances.
Ron holds a BA in Legal Studies from the University of California, Berkeley; and a JD, Order of the Coif, from Loyola Law School.
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.
CellTrust is the world's leading provider of mobile communication security and preeminent supplier of Secure Mobile Information Management (SMIM). CellTrust's advanced security products are easy to use, deployment-ready, standards compliant and meet the highest demands of mobile-user requirements. Enterprise customers are embracing the mobile phone as the most efficient and productive tool in their communication arsenal and text messaging has become a critical component of mobile communications due to its ease of use and pervasive acceptance.
DocuSign's Digital Transaction Management platform helps companies keep processes 100% digital from start to finish to accelerate transactions, reduce costs, and delight customers, partners, suppliers, and employees.
Accellion provides private cloud solutions for secure file sharing. Accellion offers enterprise organizations the scalability, flexibility, control and security to enable a mobile workforce with the tools they need to create, access annotate and share information securely, wherever work takes them.
HP ePrint lets you print from virtually anywhere to an HP printer that supports ePrint. Once enabled, ePrint assigns an email address to your printer. To print, simply send an email containing your document to your printers' address. You can print images, Word and PowerPoint documents, PDFs, and photos. You can view and manage print jobs sent to your printer using your printer Job History that is available on ePrintCenter.
Bell Techlogix offers end-to-end Enterprise Mobility Management services, offering organization targeted solutions for their mobile strategies and all types of deployment projects and ongoing managed services. Bell Techlogix has over 25 years of experience in successfully enabling client organizations to achieve their business objectives.
Carahsoft Technology Corp. is a government IT solutions provider delivering best-of-breed hardware, software, and support solutions to federal, state and local government agencies. The Carahsoft team has a proven history of helping government agencies find the best possible technology solution at the best possible value.
Vox Mobile provides for complete enterprise mobility, addressing every aspect of mobile technology planning, management and support. Vox Mobile has been a leader in defining enterprise mobility services since its founding in 2006.