Technology Executives Club
The Mobile Enterprise
The age of mobility is here.
Are your strategies ahead of the game, or barely keeping up?
Chicago, IL | October 20, 2011
Whether company supported or not, employees (and customers and vendors) have gone mobile. This rapid paradigm shift has the potential to turn an IT deparment on its head. As an IT leader, it's your job to ensure secure access to corporate-owned data, support worker productivity, and develop policies, training and support to meet the growing needs of the mobile workforce.
To be successful, you need access to industry strategies that deliver and the practical insights of peers who are adapting their own organizations to the mobile workforce. You'll get this and more at our professional development seminar, where you'll explore the rise of mobilocracy, effective mobile device policies, required security upgrades, the impact on worker productivity, and much more.
Because if you're not addressing the issues of mobility now, disaster could be right around the corner.
Join Top IT Executives from Axis Capital, CNA Financial, OptionMonster Holdings and Smalley Steel Ring...
They will discuss a range of issues to help you succeed:
- How to balance enterprise data security and the need to access that data any time, any where
- Best practices for developing mobile device policies that user-accepted and deliver results
- Mobile computing technologies and trends that will influence how you manage this shift
- and more!
LEARN HOW TO BECOME A SPEAKER / SPONSOR FOR THIS SEMINAR:
Contact Maria Tuthill at 847-837-3900 x1.
LEARN THESE BEST PRACTICES (AND MORE!) FROM OUR KEYNOTE PANEL:
|| John Parkinson, SVP Enterprise Project Management Office at Axis Capital, leads a team of program and project managers responsible for the successful delivery of all programs globally. He's also responsible for IT vendor management and procurement activities, managing the overall IT budget and guiding the evolution of AXIS's joint business and IT investment portfolio. Previously he was CTO at TransUnion and Capgemini and Senior Partner at Ernst & Young. He is also the founder and managing partner of ParkWood Advisors LLC, a member of the Technology Advisory Board at Morningstar, Inc. and US Micro, Inc., and an independent director at TAP.tv.
||Bella Oung, PMP,
IT Program Director at CNA
Financial Corporation, leads a Digital Strategy team to provide governance and a standardized suite of digital capabilities to enhance customer experiences and to help grow company's top and bottom lines.
She has more than 15 years of experience in the technology sector in organizations ranging from Fortune 500 global to smaller high-growth corporations. She has held program executive roles in delivering multi-million dollar transformational initiatives with globally-dispersed teams. She is known for creating passionate, effective and highly motivated teams, and building relationships and partnering with senior executives to realize business value.
||Sanjib Sahoo, CTO,
OptionMonster Holdings, Inc., directs all aspects of IT for OptionMonster Holdings' online retail brokerage, tradeMONSTER.com, and financial media site, OptionMonster.com. He has been with OptionMonster since it was founded in 2006 and was the architect of its innovative brokerage technology platform. As CTO, Sanjib oversees software development, quality assurance, production support, hardware and network infrastructure and is a member of the senior executive team. He is strongly focused on aligning the IT initiatives with business strategic goals while working within budgetary and timeline constraints.
||Todd A. Spight, Director of Information Technology at Smalley Steel Ring Company, has more than 15 years of Information Technology experience, leading teams across multiple industry sectors like Insurance, Banking, Manufacturing, Food, Oil & Gas, and Healthcare. He has been interviewed in Insurance & Technology Magazine about E-Commerce Solutions and Internet Bandwidth. Todd is a member of Information Systems Security Association, Information Systems Audit and Control Association, Association of Information Technology Professionals and Disaster Resource Guide.
||Moderator: Barbara Nelson, Chief Technology Officer at iPass, is responsible for establishing the company's technical vision and aligning that vision with the overall iPass business strategy. She defines the strategy for technology platforms, partnerships, and external relationships. Her team is responsible for researching new technologies, and represents iPass on standards committees such as the WiMAX Forum and the Wireless Broadband Alliance. Barbara has more than 25 years of engineering experience in voice and data communications, mobile agents and international communications standards.
PLUS, BONUS FEATURES OF THIS EVENT: INDUSTRY EXPERT BRIEFINGS!
The practical tips you'll gain from just ONE of these briefings is worth the cost of entry!
||Mobile App Development Options: Empowering the New Enterprise
J Schwan, Managing and Technology Practice Partner, Solstice Consulting
As the demand for deploying mobile applications increases, enterprises have several technology choices to make. This talk will explore the different technologies available for developing mobile applications. You'll get an overview of each approach and explore the relative pros and cons across areas of technology, functionality and cost.
|| Making Your Mobile App a Success Story
Pat Bannon, Account Executive, BolderImageb - Sponsored by Hudson IT
As you embark on the journey of creating a mobile app, you’ll want to be sure the endeavor is a success. This talk will discuss strategies to make sure your app hits the mark in terms of relevance and deployment. Whether you are developing an app for the first time, or have done one before, you'll get insights for making your app relevant, competitive, and successful.
|| Mobility – The New (Only?) Way to Connect With Your Customers
Richard Stone, Senior Solution Marketing Manager, Compuware
The irreversible shift towards 'anytime, anywhere' connectivity means that the first – and maybe the only – opportunity you have to connect with your customers is via their mobile device.
Recent research has shown that you have less than five seconds to provide an engaging mobile experience – if you fail to deliver on this expectation, 74% of your visitors will simply give up and go somewhere else. And remember: Your fiercest competitors, the disruptive 'ankle biters' and the social networking grapevine are all just a click away.
In this session, Richard Stone will discuss the critical customer experience elements that should be part of every company’s mobility strategy, and will share the best practices that we have developed in helping thousands of companies around the world to successfully manage their customer’s mobile experience.
||Consumerization: How "Bring your own Device" Affects Your Operations
John Pomerleau, Principal, Industry Solutions Group, Motorola Enteprise Mobility Solutions
IT organizations see challenges with device consumerization and management, as Bring Your Own Device, tablets, multiple OS offerings, and multiple form factors are expanding across their organization. John will discuss how mobile technology affects worker performance when the right type of device is deployed. He will review his experience and methodology used in performing Mobility Assessments. This includes a TCO Modeling example.
IN ADDITION, you'll
- Network with Your Peers to make new contacts, compare notes and best practices
- Meet top vendors in the industry, and
- Earn Continuing Professional Education credit if you're a Club member
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Senior IT and LOB Executives
- VPs & Directors responsible for Infrastructure, Security and Mobile Computing
- Any IT Executives and Managers who provide IT and mobile communications support to LOB functions
Here's how to REGISTER for this event:
IT Executives & Staff Members
- Members: Register Here to Use Your Ticket package or Contact Member Services at 847-837-3900 x1
- Nonmembers: Learn how to attend this event with a complimentary VIP Pass
Providers (Hardware, Software, Consultants)
- Members: Who have a ticket package, Register here.
- Nonmembers: There are a limited number of seats available. Register at the Nonmember rate of $250 and as a Bonus receive 2 months free in the IT Marketing Academy ($94 Value). Register here.
Thurs., October 20, 2011
12:30 Registration & Networking
Event begins promptly at 1:00 pm
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Panel & Presentations
Union League Club,
65 W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago IL 60604
Questions? Contact Maria Tuthill at
Professional business-casual attire required.
Final speakers and topics are subject to change.
LEARN HOW TO BECOME A SPEAKER / SPONSOR FOR THIS SEMINAR:
Contact Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x3.