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IT Trends

Innovation & Growth
Through Enterprise Mobility
& The Cloud

The shift toward the Mobile Enterprise has evolved beyond just flashy applications. Now savvy IT executives are transforming the enterprise into a more agile organization by integrating:

  • Operational Mobile Applications

  • Integrating the Cloud into the Infrastructure

  • Collaboration and Social Capabilities.

Join us in Minneapolis when Top IT Executives from leading, area organizations discuss a range of issues including:

  • Key issues around Enterprise Mobility ranging from: BYOD, Application Development, Intersection with Back End Infrastructure , Security and more.
  • This issues involved in creating operational mobile applications.
  • How many companies are leading their operational mobile efforts with Business Intelligence applications. Included wll be a case study of a sucessful implementation.
  • How a shift to a mobile enterprise affects the back end infrastructure and the resulting risks, such as Disaster Recovery and Security.
  • How video and collaboration technology is creating the opportunity to create tremendous leverage and productivity in the enterprise.
  • And More!



Lelanie C. Moll, Director: Database Engineering, FICO has more than twenty years experience in Information Technology, with over ten years in a leadership position spanning a variety of industries. Her main areas of expertise include database service architecture, and supporting SaaS and hosted solutions with strict service level requirements, tight security controls and high availability demands.

At FICO, Lelanie focuses on Database Services supporting various SaaS offerings, delivering database support services for internal software development and enabling Big Data Analytics technologies for FICO’s predictive Analytics community.
Lelanie received multiple internal and external awards including multiple Innovation Technology Awards from Oracle Corporation.

Karin Petty, IT Director, Client Services, Medtronic

Karin has over 20 years of experience in Information Technology in the Government and Healthcare sectors. She has had roles across almost every function of IT from Application Development to Infrastructure development and Operations with roles in both traditional IT organizations and Business R&D functions. Karin’s current role involves supporting and managing services used to drive collaboration and productivity in the Enterprise. She has responsibility for teams across North America and partners with IT leaders around the globe to ensure Medtronic’s over 45,000 employees are able to work together and access systems and data necessary to design, manufacture, market and sell Medtronic’s many medical devices and services.

Christopher J. Rence, Digital River, Chief Information Officer Christopher J. Rence, Digital River, Chief Information Officer

In his role as Digital River’s senior vice president and chief information officer, Christopher Rence leads the company’s information technology (IT) organization. With more than 20 years of IT-related experience, he brings a wealth of technical and systems expertise to the position at Digital River. As chief information officer, Christopher is charged with transforming Digital River’s global enterprise IT architecture, tools, security, quality, governance, compliance and facilities. Christopher and his international team of technology specialists oversee eight global data centers and a security strategy that positively impacts the operations of tens of thousands of e-commerce stores worldwide. Digital River’s triple redundant systems serve 60 million web pages and handle more than 300,000 orders on a daily basis.

Stephen Murray, Director IT Technical Services, Mosaic

As Director, IT Technical Services, my teams are responsible for the project delivery and operational support of technical architecture & design, database, network, and client/server computing globally for Mosaic.  My staff & I also consult with other key IT & plant operations groups regarding information protection and plant automation & process control systems.  As a member of senior management, I participate in enterprise strategic planning and goal setting.  

I have been with Mosaic since its inception in October, 2004.  Prior to Mosaic I worked for various business units of Cargill, Inc. 

Moderator: Issara Srun, Systems Engineer at Code42, the maker of CrashPlan, endpoint backup for the enterprise. In addition to helping customers protect their endpoints, Issara also helps them solve other enterprise challenges, such as data migration, legal discovery and information security.


Enterprise Mobility Management: 3 Keys to Successful Mobile Deployments

-Kevin Sholes, Regional Sales Manager, NetMotion Wireless
Companies with mobile workforces continue to invest significantly in devices, mobile applications, management/support and the infrastructure to connect them. There is a tendency to equate mobility with BYOD and mobile device management but it is so much more. Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) incorporates many areas that include device management, secure remote connectivity, mobile application management and mobile network performance management. Mobile business unit managers and IT managers need to embrace the 3 fundamental values of connectivity, visibility and control in their EMM solution to ensure a successful mobile deployment. This presentation focuses on those 3 most fundamental values and the role they play in a creating a highly productive mobile workforce.

-Kim LefflerConsulting Systems Engineer, Collaboration, Avaya, Inc

Unified Access and Mobility for the Enterprise

-Kim LefflerConsulting Systems Engineer, Collaboration, Avaya, Inc
Mobile computing and the use of consumer devices are a fact of life, with enterprise deployments increasing. In fact, more than half of CIOs surveyed for 2013's "State of the CIO" expect to complete one or more major mobility initiatives within the next year. These will include projects to better connect remote and mobile workers to company resources in an always-on environment; projects to enable more meaningful collaboration among geographically dispersed employees and teams; and, increasingly, efforts to extend and deepen the relationship between the business and its smartphone-dependent, tablet-toting customers and suppliers.

Leveraging Cloud-Based BI to Improve Mobility

-Shawn Helwig, Regional Director, Analytics8
29% of companies plan to adopt public Cloud BI in the next 2 years. Should your company be one of them? Learn how Cloud-based BI has hit the tipping point and understand how cloud-based solutions can support your mobile BI strategy. You have a mobile BI strategy...right?

  Wireless Trends
Get strategies for integrating Wireless across LANs, networks and mutliple platforms from this subject matter expert.


Who Should Attend:

  • CIOs
  • 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




Minneapolis, MN
Oct 18, 2013,
7:30 AM to 11:30AM
Minneapolis Club,
729 2nd Ave.S, Minneapolis, MN

Attendance questions?
Call Maria Tuthill in our Chicago office
at 847-837-3900 x 1


IT Executives & Staff Members

Register Here to attend with a Complimentary VIP Pass

Providers (Hardware, Software, Consultants)

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Nonmember Price: $99.95

Pre-registration required.

Professional business-casual attire required.

Final speakers and topics are subject to change.

Gold Sponsors
The Judge Group

Code 42



Silver Sponsors

Contact Alex Jarett at 1-847-837-3900 x3.





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