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Enterprise Mobility & Mobile App Development

Join us in St. Louis when Top IT Executives from leading, area organizations discuss a range of issues to help you succeed:

  • A vision of the Mobile Enterprise
  • 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.
  • Which mobile applications offer the potential for the greatest gains.
  • Key strategies for mobile application development



Daryl Sawyer, Director of Information Technology (Military & Family Life Counseling), Magellan Health Services

Daryl Sawyer, Director of Information Technology (Military & Family Life Counseling), Magellan Health Services
Daryl brings over 18 years of professional experience focused in Application Development, Data Analytics and Information Technology. Daryl manages the Information Technology needs of the Military & Family Life Counseling for Magellan Health Services.  This program utilizes over 1000 corporate mobile devices and allows employees to access their extranet work sites in a bring your own device environment.  Daryl also architected and managed the implementation of a Business Intelligence extranet and an award winning customer dashboard for Magellan. In his career he has also developed secure extranets that interface with ERP systems and created a pharmacetical contract and rebate management system.  Daryl recently participated in the St. Louis GlobalHack event in January and assisted the St. Louis Business Intelligence User Group in the building a super computer.

Kevin Hardcastle, CISSP CBCI, Chief Information Security Officer, Washington University in St. Louis

Kevin Hardcastle, CISSP CBCI, Chief Information Security Officer, Washington University in St. Louis
Kevin is a member of the CIO Leadership team and serves a key role in University leadership, working closely with senior administration, academic leaders and the campus community.  He is responsible for the development and delivery of a holistic information security strategy to optimize the security posture through collaboration with campus-wide resources, facilitate information security governance, advise senior leadership on security direction and direct program functions of risk and incident management, compliance, information security operations, and information security policy development and education.  Kevin has spoken at The Internet Security Conference, Secure World, IT Security World and The Health Care Security and Privacy on the topic of HIPAA and building Information Security Frameworks. 


Dianne Tattitch, CRISC 

Manager, IS Security Services Information Security Officer, BJC Healthcare

Dianne Tattitch, CRISC, IS Portfolio Manager, BJC Healthcare
Dianne brings over 10 years of professional experience focused in Information Security. Dianne spearheaded the implementation of a multi-faceted Information Security Program at BJC Healthcare. The program includes risk assessment services, policy framework, educational programs and technical control solutions for mobile device security, access and enhanced authentication, as well as vulnerability management and encryption services. With over 20 years experience in Information Technology, she has most recently provided leadership and oversight in a new role as a Portfolio Manager overseeing technical infrastructure projects for enterprise infrastructure, mobility, voice and messaging. In her spare time, Dianne serves as an information security instructor and adjunct faculty member for Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville, Healthcare Informatics Masters Program.

Kelli Boruff, AVP Information Technology, Enterprise Holdings, Inc. Kelli Boruff, AVP Information Technology, Enterprise Holdings, Inc.
Kelli Boruff is Assistant Vice President responsible for business software solutions. Her responsibilities focus on aligning software delivery teams to a variety of business lines and strategies. She currently oversees application development across three delivery platforms: traditional web development, mobile development, and services in support of the SOA architecture. In addition to the software development, she oversees a vertical infrastructure team for cloud-based solutions and an operations team for mobile hardware deployment.

Mike Fraser, Code 42
Moderator: Mike Fraser, Enterprise Account Manager, Code 42
Mike along with his technical team works with customers to define, alignment with customers' needs, requirements, and environments. Mike has experience in multiple aspects of the software marketplace - Security, Mobility and Enterprise Solutions. This experience provides unique insight into the entire life
cycle of a product and enables strategic, credible engagement with customers, partners, and complementary teams.


J Schwan, President & Founder, Solstice Consulting and Bottega Sol

"Mobile + Big Data - Harnessing the Power of a Contextual Experience"
- J Schwan, President/Founder, Solstice Mobile

We are at the convergence of two of the largest technology disrupters in history. The combined power of mobile and Big Data are enabling a contextual and predictive engagement - creating a more personal experience than ever possible before by fully transforming industries and creating new business models. Often elusive in this disruptive revolution is the right focal point and understanding how to cultivate value, especially within the financial industry. J Schwan will present technologies and strategies to help the financial industry explore how they can harness the power of new technologies such as the Internet of Things, beacons and wearables - creating a sensor-connected world and enabling the new user engagement.

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.

-Tim Scott, NetMotion Wireless Three Keys to Mobile Deployment Success
-Tim Scott, 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.
-Wayne Schumaker, Advisory Systems Engineer, Avaya Mobility Solutions for Operational Enterprise Mobility
-Wayne Schumaker, Advisory Systems Engineer, Avaya

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.

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




St Louis, MO
Fri, May 16, 2014,
7:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Missouri Athletic Club
405 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63102

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


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Price: $99.95

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Professional business-casual attire required.

Final speakers and topics are subject to change.

Event Sponsors
NetMotion Wireless - Get connected. Stay connected.
Code 42
Solstice mobile
The Judge Group

Enterprise Mobility has emerged as a driving issue for IT executives. Our Enterprise Mobility & Wireless Seminars™ are your opportunity to grow your business throughout the Midwest in 2014

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




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