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Enterprise Mobility & Wireless Seminars
The Age of the Mobile Enterprise is Here.
What Does it Mean for IT?

Join us in Milwaukee when Top IT Executives from leading, area organizations 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
  • Integrating Wireless into your mobile plan across LANs, Celluar other networks and across mutliple platforms.
  • And More!



Andy Bustle, Director of Risk Management, Northwestern Mutua Andy Bustle, Director of Risk Management, Northwestern Mutual has over 30 years of experience in the IT industry. Previous experience includes IT architecture, infrastructure engineering, applications development and support, business process re-engineering, personnel management, program and project management and mergers and acquisitions.  Andy has been with Northwestern Mutual for almost 11 years and was at We-energies for 20 years previous to that.  Andy is a graduate of UW EauClaire.
Ricky C. Varju, Director, Engineering & Operations, Foley & Lardner LLP

Rick is the Director of Engineering & Operations at Foley & Lardner LLP where he is responsible for the firm’s national data centers, all IT infrastructure technology and services and manages the firm’s national IT engineering team. Rick is a member of Foley’s Technology Leadership Team which plays a key role in focusing Foley’s technological capabilities on value-added service to the Firm’s clients.  He is also a member of the firm’s Data Privacy, Security & Compliance Committee.

Michael Biagioli, CIO, Waukesha County Michael Biagioli, CIO, Waukesha County,has over 38 years of experience. Under his leadership, technology has moved closer in alignment with the business needs of the county, with a focus on measured Return on Investment for the implementation of technology improvements. Mr. Biagioli has moved IT away from custom in-house developed application, traditional for government IT, to an organization that functions as a system integrator for Off-the-Shelf software packages. This has allowed for reduced development staff, while increasing data analysis, business analysis, and project management. Waukesha County has also carefully implemented outsourced functions, where they make business and technical sense.
Moderator: Anuj Verman, Manger, Mobile Product Management, Jive
Anuj manages the Mobile product line at Jive Software. Anuj is responsible in ensuring that there are mobile solutions on the growing number of mobile and tablet devices in the workforce for Jive. As the world is becoming more mobile focused, Anuj plans on creating beautiful applications for mobile devices. Previously, Anuj was the founder and CEO of mobile consumer startup called Thirst. He led the product, technology
and design vision for the product and was able to build out a product that changed how people consume news. Thirst went on to win SXSW Accelerator and the GigaOm Mobilize award. Anuj hopes to bring some of the simplicity from the consumer land into the enterprise world having an arsenal of
mobile apps to help people get work done.


NetMotion Wireless : 3 Keys to Mobile Deployment Success
-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.

John Bantner Consulting Systems Engineer

Mobility Solutions for Operational Enterprise Mobility -John Bantner Consulting Systems Engineer

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.

David Brault, Product Manager LANSA


Accelerate Innovation with Enterprise Mobile Apps
David Brault, Product Manager LANSA

Let’s face it; we are in the middle of a paradigm shift. The IDC (International Data Corporation) predicts that in 2015 tablets will outsell desktops and laptops combined -- changing the market for computing devices. For decades, organizations have developed in-house applications or modified software packages in order to gain a competitive edge. Custom-built enterprise mobile applications are the next competitive battleground because they provide innovative ways to improve user productivity, increase data accuracy, streamline business processes, and cut operational costs. Discover how delivering custom-built mobile applications can accelerate your business processes and build bridges between your employees and the information they need.

Al MacMillan    Systems Engineer, Code42

Protecting and Managing User Data in a Mobile and Evolving Workforce
- Al MacMillan, Systems Engineer, Code42

Knowledge workers are becoming increasingly more mobile and the technology supporting them is becoming more varied. How can IT organizations balance the needs and trends of the business worker against the security policies and strategies necessary to protect your company? Managing, protecting, and delivering the information critical to the productivity of your users and their various devices is essential. Code42 delivers public and private cloud solutions to provide secure backup of user data, secure sync and share to facilitate sharing within teams, synchronization across heterogenous user devices, and the management capabilities to deliver within your security guidelines.


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




Milwaukee, WI
Thurs. Mar 13, 2014
, 7:30 AM to 11:30AM
Milwaukee Athletic Club
758 N. Broadway, Milwaukee WI 53202

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)


Price: $99.95

Pre-registration required.

Professional business-casual attire required.

Final speakers and topics are subject to change.

Event Sponsors
Code 42
Jive Software
NetMotion Wireless - Get connected. Stay connected.
The Judge Group

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




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