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Enterprise Mobility & Mobile App Development

Join us in Minneapolis when Top IT Executives from leading, area organizations discuss a range of issues to help you succeed in the shift to the mobile enterprise. Topics to be discussed include:

  • How to create an actionable Enterprise Mobility Strategy.
  • Mobile Application Development and Innovation
  • Security and Enterprise Mobility - How to balance enterprise data security and the need to access that data any time, any where.
  • Leveraging mobile for collaboration and communication
  • BYOD Best practices
  • Mobile computing technologies and trends updates
  • The Infrastructure Impact of Mobile



Heather Mickman, Sr. Group Manager, Enterprise Services & Integration, Target
Heather is the leader for the API and Integration team at Target.  Throughout her career, Heather has continuously embraced hard technology challenges from consulting large Fortune 50 companies on Supply Chain approach, implementing warehouse automation technologies, running large Ops & Support organizations, and establishing enterprise security approaches.  She has a passion for technology, building high performing teams, driving a culture of innovation, and having fun along the way.  Heather lives in Minneapolis with her 2 sons and 2 dachshunds.

Paige Vinall, Asst. Vice President, Allianz
Scott Larson, Former FBI Cyber Crime Agent & CEO at Larson Security
Scott is a security thought leader with many years of tested information security, forensic, investigative and analytic experience working for the FBI as a Cyber Special Agent and in the private sector as a security executive for the Fortune 10 to 1000 and their outsidecounsel.  He currently serves on the Advisory Boards of the Georgetown University Law Center’s Cybersecurity Law Institute and the University of Minnesota’s College of Continuing Education’s Information Technology Institute.   Mr. Larson also participated on the White House led National Security Council (NSC) Cyber Security Advisory Group on Botnet Mitigation for spam, intellectual property theft & the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT). Mr. Larson’s expertise includes working in the mobile forensic and security space on all types of devices, cloud infrastructure/big data, code review and network/device security monitoring. 

Eric Johnson, Director of Information Technology, Z-Wireless

Eric Johnson is the Director of Information Technology at Z-Wireless, a Verizon Premium Retailer; and has been working in this capacity for the past two years. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems from Augsburg College, located in Minneapolis, MN. During his time with Z-Wireless, Eric has been instrumental in building the IT team, infrastructure, and IT processes from a green field environment, to the successful IT organization that it is today. Most noteworthy accomplishments revolve around building and leveraging automation for the purposes of streamlining work-flows, boosting productivity, eliminating waste, driving customer satisfaction, and generating automated reporting to serve the business. He recently developed an automatic agent rating system, that when implemented, facilitates a significant boost in knowledge based worker productivity

Kelly Manthey, Vice President of Strategy and Innovation, Solstice Mobile
As part of Solstice Mobile's executive team, Kelly leads the Strategy practice. Her team is responsible for driving a human-centered design approach to solving problems with emerging technology and creating more delightful user experiences. Kelly is actively involved in mentoring the next generation of technology leaders and founded the Women in Technology forum at Solstice Mobile as a source of mentorship and support.


OWASP Mobile Top Ten Risks
- Dave Lindner Global Practice Director, Mobile Application Security Services, Aspect Security

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With over 2.5 million applications in the Apple AppStore and Google Play Store, and more than 7 billion mobile subscribers in the world, mobile application security has been shoved into the forefront of many organizations. Mobile application security encompasses many facets of security. Device security, application security, and network security all play an important role in the overall security posture of a mobile application. Part of being a pen tester of mobile applications is understanding how every security control works and how they all interact. The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) has aimed to help organizations understand the most prevalent mobile risks with their recently released OWASP Mobile Top Ten Risks of 2014. Join Dave as he walks through the Top Ten and explains the typical vulnerabilities found in doing penetration testing and code review of mobile applications.


Post-Mobile Era
- Kelly Manthey, Vice President of Strategy and Innovation, Solstice Mobile

Mobile is no longer solely about devices and apps; it's about reaching your customers, partners, and employees in their contexts and environments. In the post-mobile era, emerging digital technologies are creating new opportunities for getting closer to your users. Kelly will discuss the technology powering this disruption across industries and give tangible guidance for digitally transforming your business. She will uncover the skills required, tools available, and signals to watch for as you embark on your expedition to new frontiers.


Mobile Applications for the Enterprise
- Brad Andreassan,Systems Engineer, 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.


The Next Generation of Mobile Data Protection


  • Network with Your Peers to make new contacts, compare notes and best practices
  • Meet top vendors in the industry

Who Should Attend:

  • Senior IT and LOB Executives
  • VPs & Directors responsible for Enterprise Mobility and Mobile Application Development
  • CTO's and VP of Development for software developers, VAR's, OEM's and other Technology Companies looking to take advantage of Mobile Applications
  • Ecommerce Executives
  • VP's of Marketing & Sales who want to learn more about appllication develpment




Apr 17, 2015
Minneapolis, MN
7:30 AM to 12 Noon
Minneapolis Club,
729 2nd Ave.S, Minneapolis, MN

Questions? Call Maria Tuthill 847-837-3900 x 1

Get Sponsorship Information:
Call Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x 2 or email.


IT Executives & Staff Members

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Providers (Hardware, Software, Consultants)

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Price: $99.95

Pre-registration required.

Professional business-casual attire required.

Final speakers and topics are subject to change.

Event Sponsors
The Judge Group
Solstice mobile


Get Sponsorship Information:
Call Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x 2
or email.





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